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IBM Summer Innovation Camp Dallas 2013

June 24, 2013

IBM Summer Innovation Camp Dallas 2013
Open to DFW Area High School Students!

Do you know a high school student who loves technology, has Java programming experience, and wants a challenge this summer? The IBM DFW Summer Innovation Camp on July 31-August 2 has openings for high school students (or 2013 grads) in the DFW area!

Now in it’s fourth year, the 2013 Summer Innovation Camp brings real-world technology skills to high school students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Sponsored by the Dallas IBM Innovation Center (IIC) in partnership with The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas), the camp will provide hands-on experience with virtualization, mobile application development, Linux, and DB2. Students will also see firsthand new research underway at UT Dallas.

Schedule: Wed-Thur, July 31 – Aug 1, 9am – 4pm at UT Dallas. Friday, Aug 2, 9am -1pm at the IBM Innovation Center. Lunch will be provided each day.

Eligibility Prerequisites
Camp instructors believe that the best way to learn is by doing! The camp projects contain mostly lab work, and all participants will need to have a prior level of knowledge and skills to get the full value out of the camp. It is very important that all attendees have the following prerequisite skills:
1. Experience with programming in Java. ( Intermediate Level) , including:

      • Primitive Data Types and Operations.
      • Selection Statements and Program Control (e.g., if/else, switch/else, do/while/for)
      • Objects, Classes, and Methods
      • Arrays and Iteration
      • Strings

2. Experience in development using an IDE like Eclipse or NetBeans.

How to sign up
Download and share the flier here https://ibm.biz/BdxCvF.

On the fence?  Check out the video from camp last Summer, and hear what the students who attended had to say about it: https://ibm.biz/BdxCPQ.

For questions and more information email iicdal@us.ibm.com or visit our Facebook Page at https://ibm.biz/BdxCPC.

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