HPE CodeWars 2022 is a high school hackathon and coding competition organised by Codingal.
HPE will provide awards of Rs 3,00,000 to participants, as well as HPE and STEM.org recognition certificates. HPE technologists will be their mentors as well.
The victors will also have the chance to engage with HPE Spaceborne Computer-2 (SBC 2), a space-based edge computer. Six winners will have the opportunity to create code and conduct experiments on HPE’s Spaceborne Computer-2 (SBC-2) that is currently stationed on the International Space Station (ISS).
The competition is open to students in grades 9 through 12 and will begin on April 9. The signup is completely free.
It’s a battle between expensive air travel and learning losses for Indian students in Ukraine. The competition is projected to attract over 10,000 children from over 500 schools across India. The competition, which is run in partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, aims to inspire, motivate, and engage children to learn to code and come up with inventive solutions to real-world problems.
For the hackathon, students can participate individually or as a team consisting of a maximum of three members. For CodeBattle, students are
For the hackathon, students can participate individually or as a team consisting of a maximum of three members. For CodeBattle, students are required to solve 25 coding-related problems in three hours using any of the programming languages among C, C++, Java, and Python. “HPE CodeWars is a computer programming
competition with the intent to evangelise coding amongst high school students. Starting in 1998, CodeWars has since expanded to multiple countries including USA, Spain, Taiwan, and India,” the official notice added.
“We are delighted to partner with HPE for the second time in a row to organize the CodeWars India Edition, with a common goal of introducing students to Coding and making them realize the opportunities that lie ahead of them. Tomorrow’s world will be increasingly driven through advancements in technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality Blockchain, etc, and some of the best future career opportunities will be around developing and using these technologies to solve problems. We, therefore, believe that a basic understanding of computer sciences is a must for each school-going student,” said Vivek Prakash, Co-founder, and CEO of Codingal.