The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Center for Business & Information Technologies (CBIT) is seeking innovative thinkers and programmers of all types - professional software developers, students (high school/college), and entrepreneurs to build exciting new applications and tools for the annual CajunCodeFest 5.0 competition. Teams will have 30+ hours to create new ways to connect Lafayette as a Smart Gigabit Community using data from Lafayette Consolidated Government (LCG). The teams compete March 30 - April 1, 2017 for a cash prize and other awards. Registration is limited, so please assemble your team today!
Lafayette recently joined an elite network of 15 charter Smart Gigabit Communities as designated by US Ignite. Each of the communities has made a significant commitment toward levering next-generation smart city and Internet technologies to keep pace with the world’s rapidly changing technology and economy.