Estefanía Ortiz, a Hackathon fan and young entrepreneur, grew up in the town of Guaynabo Puerto Rico and went to the Marista private school for most of her schooling. Estefanía finished her last high school year doing home schooling, and today she is a sophomore majoring Computer Science at Stanford University. Estefanía told me that a transformational moment in her life was a conversation she had with her math teacher.
Students and developers who share a poassion for computer programming and coding celebrated the second Puerto Rico Hackathon last Sunday. They shared insights on how to develop web and mobile apps, software, and hardware for various applications.
Several awards were given to notable projects including
Best Hack for a college audience: EncryptedStudentID