CCSU students compete in engineering, coding challenge


Skilled computer science and engineering students from colleges and universities around the state gathered for the competition that “was designed to elevate really talented technology students and connect them with local companies,” said Courtney King, manager of marketing and communication at the Connecticut Technology Council.

The technology council was the primary sponsors of the event, and Mark Lassoff, founder and president of LearnToProgram, added that his company was also a sponsor.


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