On Wednesday, June 5th, Baltimore City high school students presented their computer science and data analytics projects in collaboration with DGS. The students, who are enrolled in Code in the Schools’ Python track, worked with DGS to solve a set of problems based on our facilities maintenance data. They used the Python computer programming language, data analytics, and manipulation, and an automated Twitter bot to synthesize the data and create bite-sized snapshots of the effectiveness of our facilities maintenance team.

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