Education management platform provider Abre.io (opens in new tab) will be showcasing its non-traditional method of open-source product development at this year’s TechOlympics, February 22-23 at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, OH. Abre will hold an App Development workshop which will walk attendees through the Abre Appathon framework for development. The framework features hosted events where students define problems and develop their own Abre apps as solutions to education challenges.
TechOlympics 2020 is the nation’s largest student-run tech conference and Cincinnati’s premiere technology competition and expo. During the competition and expo, students compete in challenges ranging from programming to design to networking in an effort to build their technical skills.
Based on the Appathon framework, the App Development workshop is an opportunity for students to define problems within a learning community and develop their own Abre apps as solutions. This session will walk students through what Abre is, how Abre works, how to design and wireframe an app, and how to connect to Github and download the source code for Abre.
The Abre App Development session at TechOlympics 2020 will be held Sunday, Feb. 23 from 9-11a.m. at the Great American Ball Park in the Center Field Pavilion. For more information, contact Emily Spinks at firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new tab).