Guidelines for Judging
Carlos R. Julio
Carlos R. Julio brings more than 20 years of hands-on experience in information systems, information technology and systems analysis. Carlos has been working in an education environment for more than 6 years as IT consultant/Coordinator and now as an analyst programmer of accreditation systems for the Graduate College of Education. Previously, he worked in international shipping. He has developed systems in areas of: statistics, marketing, accounting, insurances & claims, logistics and satellite communication for vessels. He also has experience with assets recycling and ecommerce.
Julia is currently Product Manager at Edmodo, a venture-backed K-12 network that connects teachers, parents, and students. In entrepreneurial roles, Julia cofounded a consumer video startup, was Entrepreneur in Residence at General Catalyst Partners, worked as a TA for MIT's foundational entrepreneurship course, and earned a certificate in Entrepreneurship & Innovation in business school. Julia holds a BA from UC Berkeley, a Masters in Education from Harvard, and an MBA from MIT. In her free time she volunteers at Code for San Francisco.
Lowell is a design researcher at Medallia with a passion for accessibility. Prior to joining Medallia, Lowell was a UX researcher at Chase and Apple. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a Master's of Human-Computer Interaction in 2014. Lowell cares strongly about social justice, and volunteers outside of work for a local LGBTQ organization serving queer and questioning youth.
Vishal Ravi Shankar
Vishal is currently pursuing his Masters in Computer Science at San Francisco State University. He is also a part-time web developer at SFSU with an additional interest in building apps for Android. Prior to his education, he had worked in a Visual Effects studio for over 5 years as a Production Engineer. He specialized in developing tools and plugins for production software for movies such as Chronicle, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and several others.
Sunday, 12 Noon deadline
Create a basic presentation for the judging with the following elements:
- Slide 1 Team Member BIOs and role on team
- Slide 2 Project Name
- Slide 3 Technology Description and list
- Slide 4 Introduce and Describe Project and what problem you are solving
- Slide 5-9 Screen Shots and demonstration of Prototype
- Slide 10 Your plan for next steps or ideas for implementation.
- Code on public repository