2016 Programming Competition Winners
Six students from the Greater Moncton area took home the top prizes at the 10th annual New Brunswick High School Programming Competition.
- Will Jardine and Tim Meredith of Harrison Trimble High School took first place;
- Jakob Roberts and Zach Taylor of Riverview High School won second place; and
- Eddie Anghel and Marco Lamothe of Moncton High School won third place.
Premier Brian Gallant dropped by the competition as part of Innovation Week. Approximately 30 high school teams from across New Brunswick competed in the 10th annual New Brunswick High School Programming Competition.
Designed to provide a computer programming challenge for students in grades 9-12, contestants test their computer programming skills and problem solving abilities for an opportunity to win prize.
A video produced by Alireza Manashty showcases the day.