Trunica is happy to announce that we are participating in the capstone project for the computer science and engineering program at the University of South Florida under the guidance of Professor Ken Christensen.
This program is a great opportunity for students to solve real world problems with industry representatives. The program has students work on a project to exercise their technical acumen as well as interpersonal and communication skills.
Our project for the students this semester is also a great way for the students and Trunica to help the community. The students will be building a mobile application to help organizers of charity events, volunteer efforts, and non-profits improve real time communication.
Trunica us dedicating an instance of our API to be used for this application and mentoring the students in all phases of the SDLC to create an application that will provide true value to event organizers.
The student team consists of Alexander Araujo Arrocha, Sebastian Otero and Michael Sykes. Joining the team as subject matter experts are Tracy Holtrey and Diane Sare. Tracy and Diane have significant experience running charity events for various causes.