PITCH SCRIPT 1. Say your group name 2. State the problem you solved 3. A one sentence description of your solution 4. Demo the stuff that works, dance around the pictures. 5. Talk about the technologies you used in descending order of best prizes
THAT YOU CAN CODE. Don’t show me this: Pamela Fox! ! USC 2002-2006, B.S. in Computer Science! Courses taken: Algorithms, Databases, Data structures, Web development, Brain Theory, Computer graphics! ! Awarded Merit Research Scholarship
THAT YOU CAN CODE. Show me this: Pamela Fox! ! USC 2002-2006, B.S. in Computer Science! GPA: 3.8! ! Projects: * SimilarBooks: A visualization of books related to a user-entered book, using the Amazon Similarity API, Python, and a BFS approach.! * PhotoMunchrs: Based on NumberMunchers, with photos pulled from the Flickr API. Provides a Python REST API built on App Engine to report game statistics and provide munch scores.
in Computer Science! ! Projects: * AwesomeHack: An app that does X and Y. Built on the A and B technologies. Developed during HackSC 2014 and continued after. Code available at github.com/yourname/awesomehack!