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Are you a computer geek
Are you a computer geek who loves learning
new programming languages?
Then this is the hackathon for you! We are looking for a few passionate programmers to take Ballerina for a twirl, push it to its limits and give us valuable feedback.
Ballerina is a general purpose, concurrent and strongly typed programming language with both textual and graphical syntaxes, optimized for use cases on microservices. All we want you to do is pick a challenging scenario which you think Ballerina can solve, learn Ballerina, work with the Ballerina team to create a solution and give us your feedback on what went well and what didn’t. And of course, do this all in 12 hours.
The Sri Lanka Institute of
The Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT), the nation’s leading degree awarding institute in the field of Information Technology is proud to announce “CODEFEST 2017” for the 6th consecutive year. CODEFEST is the effort of SLIIT to elevate the entire nation’s ICT knowledge to achieve the nation’s aspiration of being the knowledge hub in Asia. Therefore, having realized the present need of the country, the Faculty of Computing of SLIIT is conducting CODEFEST, a Nationwide Software Competition in collaboration with the Ministry of Education. In addition, CODEFEST is organized as a part of a CSR project to disseminate IT knowledge across the island as a whole
6 (Thursday) 8:00 am - 7 (Friday) 6:00 pm
Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology - Malabe Campus
B263, Malabe 10115
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