Homeless Leo has developed its first application

In mid-August, programmer and designer from New York Patrick MakKonlog proposed homeless named Leo choice: $ 100 in cash or three books on the programming language JavaScript, used laptop and free daily lesson programming. Leo chose the second option.

Over the next two months, Patrick went to work an hour early and trained Leo programming language. Homeless student and was able to last Tuesday released the first application developed by him personally.

Mobile application called Trees for Cars (”Trees for cars”) helps users share the use of the car to get to your destination. Moreover, with its help users see how much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is not received due to their concern for the environment.

The application is available in online stores and Apple Store Play Store. Its cost - 99 cents, according to Business Portal Business Insider. All proceeds from the sale of applications will come Leo, and he, in turn, will invest in further education programming.

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