TeenCoders Annual Online Coding Competition 2.0

CODEFEST 2.0

Are you a young web developer, and would want to be crowned the Teen Coder of the Year 2020 in Nigeria?

If yes, then this is the opportunity to show your skills in a competitive platform.

We invite you to register for CodeFest2.0.

CodeFest 2.0 is the second edition of the annual coding competition for ages 7 -17 years organized by TeenCoders.

PROJECT

Contestants will create a web-based project.

This year the competition will be online.

DATES

14th September – Registration starts.

30th September – Registration closes.

5th – 9th October – Submission of entries / Project.

12th – 16th October – Interview of Contestants / Project defense.

19th October – Winner announced.

PRIZES

1st Prize – Brand New Laptop.

ELIGIBILITY

Ages 7 – 17 years.

Contestants should know HTML and CSS (JavaScript is an advantage but will not be a criteria in the assessment).

Must have written the TeenCoders HTML exam.

Pay the registration fee of N5,000.

By registering, you accept the attached Terms & Conditions. (Click to download the Terms & Conditions).

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Project User Interface and User Experience

Performance during the interview.

Score during quiz.

Social Feedback – Facebook (Post a screen shot of your work on Facebook, tag TeenCoders. The number of likes/comments/shares will be used).

Project presentation and defense.

REGISTRATION

To register, click the button below.

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Mr. E. E. Eyoma  Parent

Thanks for today’s class. The children were so excited and it means a lot to us parents. God bless you.

 

Mrs. Chinwe Odiegwu Parent

In addition to this, I also learnt how we find out solutions to solve a problem and why this is necessary.

 

Ms. Debbie  Student

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Mrs. Adaro Onyeka Parent

I learnt how to create apps. … I like to encourage other young girls to engage themselves in things like this. Learn something new so that they can be empowered and be independent.

Ms. Kenechukwu  Student

Children out there, I know you love to play games. Instead of playing it why not come to TeenCoders and learn how to develop those games and give it to the world.

Ms. Kenechukwu  Student

TeenCoders is a group that enhances your thinking. TeenCoders has taught me how to become a programmer, how to do well in the outside world. The environment is friendly, the teachers are friendly.

Master. Idaramfon Student

I love Muvizu because you program things and make them to dance or do lots of things. I love coding because it’s fun.

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