For the third year in a row, Brenham High School senior Zeb McCorkle won the Java competition at the annual Texas State University IT Symposium. The competition involved solving coding challenges with the Java programming language. Students from 16 schools from across Texas, including 25 students from Brenham High School's computer science classes, competed in the Oct. 19 competition. In addition to various computer skill competitions, students attended sessions held by both faculty and industry professionals covering topics such as software development, mobile apps, data analytics, careers in technology, robotics, game design, computer security and more.
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