Once students have a solid foundation for their website, they will utilize this time to evaluate and improve their websites. Students will work with mentors from GURU to evaluate current website features, as well as come up with new ideas for improvements to their projects. Additionally, students will learn best practices for testing their website’s performance and responsiveness in different environments.
Important Note: Students must participate in at least two of the mentoring sessions to qualify for the live competition on May 4, 2019.
About Ctrl+Shift: Ctrl+Shift is the first ever citywide coding competition launched by Coded by Kids in 2017. Open to every student between the ages of 13-18 attending a school in Philadelphia or Delaware, students will build projects between December and April for the chance to win $5,000 at the live competition on May 4, 2019.
All 2019 mentoring sessions are made possible through the generous support of Capital One.