Author: Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory

Winners of the 2019 Carroll County Hackathon

For Immediate Release 02/25/2019   Westminster, MD – MAGIC is pleased to report that 55 students participated in the 2019 Carroll County Hackathon. The Hackathon Workshop, led by Jon Allen from Advantage Internet Marketing and Chris Allport and Nick DeTello from Skayl, on Friday, February 22, 2019 taught students how to design, build, and pitch […]

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It’s the Season of Giving

Everyone knows Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but don’t forget #GivingTuesday! As the year comes to a close, MAGIC would like to thank our partners, sponsors, and our MAGIC families for your continued participation and support of our efforts to promote technology and entrepreneurship in our community. MAGIC is dedicated to building a tech ecosystem […]

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Winners of MAGIC’s Sixth Capture the Flag

MAGIC is pleased to report that the sixth Capture the Flag (CTF 006) Cybersecurity Competition held on Saturday November 3, 2018 was a success and established several new milestones for the event.  For the first time ever, this event brought together students from around the world to compete! Almost 150 students competed across 11 different […]

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Westminster- On Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 from 11am-4pm MAGIC will host its sixth Capture the Flag (CTF) competition. This event is an ethical hacking cybersecurity competition for entry-level participants at the high school and college level. No prior experience is required and the event is free for participants. Registration will close at noon on Wednesday, […]

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MAGIC Healthy Smart Home Update

  The MAGIC Health Smart Home project has achieved several significant milestones over the past several months.  Continuous environmental data is streaming from all rooms in both Project houses, stored locally on a multi-terabyte hard drive, as well as stored in a cloud based data base.  In addition, sound level sensors are now sensing how quiet […]

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Winners of the first Project e-Reboot challenge

MAGIC is please to report that 15 students competed in the first Project e-Reboot Competition on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Together, e-End and MAGIC created an event unlike any other in the region! Set in a post apocalyptic world, Project e-Reboot challenged teams of high school students to create a functioning computer from recycled components […]

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MAGIC adding new computer building challenge

On Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 1-4pm e-End and MAGIC will hold the first Project e-Reboot Competition. Together, e-End and MAGIC have created an event unlike any other in the region! This event will challenge teams of high school students, grades 9th through 12th, to create a functioning computer from recycled components at e-End’s facility […]

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