Thursday, July 7, 2016
|(L to R) David Henderson, Chris Lopez, (far right) Ghulam Abbas|
Friday, July 1, 2016
On June 25th, students from Ralph McKee HS in Staten Island joined other Software Engineering Program students at the Brooklyn Academy of Music to showcase some of their year’s projects.
Kristopher Lopez, Gregory Rivera and Justin Forlenza won the voting at the end of the day for the “Most Impressive and Interesting Application.” The three 11th grade students were able to program an entire networked game, which they titled “Tron Cycles.”This game stands out among the rest because it actually shares information between different computers so players can compete against each other in real time across a network.
All players send their game information to a “server” computer, and the server shares everyone’s information with all the players.
The player and server programs were written entirely by the students in the “Processing” programming language.