Marquis Strickland, 15, presented his business application idea, Pin Stop, during the last day of a Code Fever Miami workshop at the Richmond Heights Resource Center. He won $100 second-place prize for his work over the last eight weeks.
Marquis Strickland, 15, presented his business application idea, Pin Stop, during the last day of a Code Fever Miami workshop at the Richmond Heights Resource Center. He won $100 second-place prize for his work over the last eight weeks. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Marquis Strickland, 15, presented his business application idea, Pin Stop, during the last day of a Code Fever Miami workshop at the Richmond Heights Resource Center. He won $100 second-place prize for his work over the last eight weeks. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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