Apple picks up apps created by SST students

03 Dec 2018

Article featured Dalton Ng, James Lim, Axios Yeo, Ravern Koh, Sean Lim, Shannen Rajoo and Yee Jia Chen, who are among the up-and-coming mobile app developers in Singapore. They give credit to the School of Science and Technology (SST) for nurturing their talents. Dalton and James were among three Singaporeans to win Apple scholarships to attend this year's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in the United States. Dalton is an SP Diploma in Infocomm Security Management student, while James is studying game development at NYP. Dalton, who also runs his own company Agrate with SST schoolmate Joshua Wee, shared that SST was instrumental in nurturing his interest in coding, developing apps and entrepreneurship. Joshua is studying engineering science at NP. Sean and Ravern, who are both studying at NP, teamed up with four other SST alumni to build an app for KK Women's and Children's Hospital that serves as a pocket medical handbook for training doctors. The app enables doctors to easily search for notes on medical procedures and do drug calculations seamlessly. It has been so useful that another hospital has approached the school for an app. (The Straits Times, pB1)
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