We were inspired by Girls Who Code.
What it does
Our project explains which programming language students in different majors would benefit most from learning. This directly aligns with our mission as officers of Girls Who Code (UF Chapter), as we aim to help bring more women into the field of computer science and help do our part in closing the gender gap.
How we built it
We used Angular as our framework, and our code was written in a combination of HTML, Typescript, and CSS.
Challenges we ran into
We've never competed in a hackathon before, and all of us are pretty new to coding.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We're proud that the project directly aligns with our values, and when the hard copy is said and done, we will most definitely be using this simple tool to help students at UF.
What we learned
We learned that broad prompts may be the ABSOLUTELY HARDEST to come up with a project for, and we also learned more about coding and teamwork.
What's next for Major League Majors
We would like to host a Hackathon at UF that is MLH certified, as well as compete in more Hackathons and improve.
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