Recap: 2018 Detroit Coding Rebuild Challenge

Recap: 2018 Detroit Coding Rebuild Challenge

ROYAL OAK – Detroit public high school students from Cass Technical High School, Osborn High School and Central High School participated in a Coding Technology Challenge on the campus of Wayne State University.  Sponsored by AT&T and in partnership with, Rebrand Cities and Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program), the challenge served as a gateway for juniors and seniors to consider technology and web development as a career path.

Featured speakers at the event were WDIV Local 4 News Anchors Rhonda Walker and Evrod Cassimy, proponent of STEAM, John Maeda, Chief Marketing Officer Chris Taylor, Rebrand Cities founder Hajj Flemings and David C. Lewis, president of AT&T Michigan.

Flemings and Bob Jones, External Affairs at AT&T, talk about the 2018 Detroit Coding Rebuild Challenge. To listen, click on

By |2018-10-09T20:02:15+00:00October 9th, 2018|M2 TechCast, Podcasts|

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