Challengers raced to make their code pass all the tests to make their ship move along the path.
Each member of a team could only use one word at a time as they tried to convince their boss that they were hard at work.
Contestants revisited a carnival classic. But, instead of milk jugs, they threw balls to knock down obsolete PBX boxes.
Rivals controlled a robot catapult in this hi-tech twist on a classic carnival game.
LEGO masters were challenged to build whole sets without instructions, amassing more tickets the more difficult the set.
Partiers put their CS degrees to work to solve knapsack problems in real life, filling their bags with the most valuable and lightest combinations.
Carnival goers played 4-player super monkey ball in classic fashion.
Players adjusted power and position for each ball with joystick in this variation on a classic game.
Controllling a hovering drone, competitors tried to drop ping-pong balls into a fish bowl.
It was a Twilio $BASH test, live on stage, using the code of a player's choice. The fastest person to complete was king of the hill. While king, players accrued tickets at 2 per minute.