Jõhvi Gümnaasium students gather in Tallinn to promote ideas for the future.
Students from Jõhvi Gümnaasium, along with students from Narva, Sillamäe and Kohtla-Järve institutions, spent their weekend (from 23 to 25.11) in Tallinn, taking part in a Hackathon, promoted by the Spinner Program. The aim of the Hackathon was for the students to develop ideas and prototypes for technologies focused on problem solving, especially regarding everyday issues.
The ideas varied from a real-life game to an automated wardrobe, which could help the owner to pick outfits depending on the occasion. The students had the opportunity to get to know some mentors, who work especially in Start-ups, and helped them to get through the problems they were facing. They also had several lectures from experts from varied fields, such as Design, Communication, Technology and Business Management.
Jeferson Leandro Nunes
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