Organizers of the Lafayette-area coding competition CajunCodeFes, are seeking students, developers, healthcare professionals, and entrepreneurs to register for the annual event. They are looking for people who are interested in building and presenting on opioid healthcare applications and tools related to use, prevention, and treatment.
CajunCodeFest is run by University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Center for Business & Information Technologies, which supports the University’s economic development agenda through research, development and technology transfer of business and information technologies. CajunCodeFest in the Center’s annual event designed to foster innovation throughout the community.
The competition will take place April 13-14, 2018 on campus. All participants will be competing on teams for cash and other prizes.For more information or to register, visit cajuncodefest.org.