Calgary teens develop app to help kids with diabetes

The Homestretch

The next generation of Calgary app developers will be out in full force at the University of Calgary tomorrow. Thirteen teams of girls, aged 14 to 16, will be presenting their ideas at the Technovation regional pitch competition. One Calgary team is from Bishop Carroll High School. Rosalie Trigg, Rachel Dalton and Paige Boklaschuk are in grade ten. They will be presenting their app DiaBuddies alongside their two teammates.

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