Maine students’ software design and development skills showcased in Maine App Challenge


At a ceremony on June 18, Tyler Technologies, Inc. announced the three winners of its Tyler Technologies Maine App Challenge 2022. The competition offers students the opportunity to explore software design and development by using their creativity to design a mobile application. This year’s winners are Yuliya Buturlia from Scarborough High School, Frazier Dougherty from Yarmouth High School and Ian Lajoie from the Biddeford Regional Center for Technology.

The first application of Buturlia, ScheduleStormallows students to schedule meetings with their professors, anytime and from anywhere.

Dougherty’s runner-up app, train me 2, allows users to create customizable workouts or choose from a database of preset workouts. This inclusive workout app is for all activity levels and allows users to track progress and set individual goals.

Lajoie’s third place app,Quick workhelps users easily find videos and expert information on how to troubleshoot issues with their vehicle.

Winners received scholarships totaling $10,000 and the top 10 submissions received a guaranteed internship interview after their second year of college. The top 50 submissions each year also receive a tablet, and the high school with the highest participation receives $500.

More information about the Tyler Technologies Maine App Challenge and upcoming years app can be found at the Tyler Technologies website.

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