Agile CodeFest is for any interested UVM student. Teams of six to eight will create an application that will make UVM campus life better. Each team will be supported by an employee from State Street that will guide the team through the agile development lifecycle. Judges will award 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes totaling $2500 on ...
What happens when you cross a Tamagotchi — those digital pets popular among children of the 90s — and the FitBit? You get StepPet, an app that makes exercise not only good for you, but also for the digital creature that feeds on and responds to your activity. It’s the work of William Nedds, an economics and business double ...
Congratulations to Laurence St. Germain and Griffin Brown! It’s great to see UVM’s CS students doing so well on the slopes. Laurence placed 27th at her World Cup debut in Aspen and Griffin earned a spot on the Junior Podium in the NorAm GS at Copper Mountain.
Got 'bot questions? Robotics expert and University of Vermont professor of computer science Josh Bongard may have answers. He and his graduate student, Mark Wagy, were on the hugely popular online site Reddit on Friday November 6, fielding questions from around the world on the topic: crowdsourcing robot design.