An initiative of Hewlett Packard, it invites students to solve 25 coding-related problems in three hours using one of the programming languages ​​- C, C ++, Java, Python and JavaScript

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is inviting students in grades IX through XII for ‘HPE CodeWars 2021’, a virtual coding competition held in partnership with the Codingal coding platform on April 10.

Students are required to solve 25 coding-related problems in three hours using one of the programming languages ​​- C, C ++, Java, Python, and JavaScript. Along with free guides on how to prepare for the competition, participants will benefit from a training session that includes 30 coding issues to solve, a press release says.

According to the statement, the winner of the competition will have the chance to run their coding experiments on HPE’s Spaceborne Computer-2 (SBC-2) which was launched into space for use on the International Space Station (ISS). . They also have a chance to win prizes worth ₹ 2.00,000 and certificates of recognition; in addition to interacting with the SBC-2 team and mentoring with the technology managers HPE India.

In one release, Vivek Prakash, co-founder of Codingal, says HPE’s Spaceborne Computer-2 is part of an ongoing mission to test advanced and reliable computing in space using an affordable and highly commercial solution. efficient (COTS) computer system used by organizations.

For more details, visit www.codingal.com/competitions/hpe-codewars-2021

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