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The Reply Code Challenge a team-based coding competition open to students and professional coders, this year with an additional challenge open also to teenagers from the ages of 14 to 19, the Reply Code Challenge Teen Edition. The “Reply Code Master Team”, a group of Reply developers, came up with this idea because of the Reply’s ongoing efforts to promote coding among young people.
To take part, sign up at
challenges.reply.com from February 1st, create a team, and connect online on March 15th: both the Standard Challenge and the Teen Edition will be held online from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. CET. At 4:30 p.m. CET, Reply will announce the challenges – and all teams can start developing and submitting their solutions on the Reply Code Challenge platform. Participants can use any programming languages and send as many solutions for each problem they like.
The teams taking part in the Standard Code Challenge will use their coding skills to solve a tricky maths problem. The winning team members will each receive an amazing Mac Book Pro.
In the Teen Edition Code Challenge, created in collaboration with the Italian Olympiads in Informatics Team, teams of up to four students will solve algorithmic problems.
The winning team will receive €5,000 euros to be divided among the members.
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Reply invests heavily in the research of talent and continual learning. These Challenges are part of the Reply’s ongoing efforts to promote coding to young people, businesses and geeks.
The Reply Code Challenge is a team programming competition open to students and professional coders held on 15th March. All teams registered faced a programming challenge to solve a logical math problem through coding.
Coding is the new fun.