On Thursday, November 29, at 13.30, in the room 409 of the Institute of Computer Systems there will be held a presentation of all-Ukrainian championship "Golden Byte 5". The presentation will be done by the head of the Computer Academy "Step" Alex Tumanov and Vyacheslav Kalashnikov.
"Golden Byte" is the largest in Ukraine open Championship for young enthusiastsin the field of IT-technologies: programming, computer networks, 2D, 3D and web-design. The organizer of the Championship is the Computer Academy "Step". Championship is supported by the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine, the State Agency for Science, Innovation and Informatization of Ukraine and the General Directorate of Family, Youth and Sports.
General partners of the "Golden Byte 5" are the leaders of IT-industry, corporations Microsoft, Adobe, Intel, Inkom, InterSystems, a business incubator HappyFarm, Web-studio "Sterling." Also among the partners - leading IT-companies, represented in Ukraine. The prize fund is UAH 500 000. One of the main prizes is a trip for 4 winners of the Championship to the Silicon Valley (California, USA).
In 2011, the competition brought together more than 5000 participants from all over Ukraine. Students winning the "Golden Byte-2011" also became champions of the world's largest technology competition for students Imagine Cup 2012 from Microsoft, the final of which was held in Sydney (Australia).
The theme of "Golden Byte" this year: "New technologies - new opportunities." Students and graduates of Ukrainian universities are invited to participate in the Championship for free!
11 nominations of the contest cover almost all major areas of IT field: programming for desktop and mobile platforms, game development, working with heavy duty databases, web site creation and management of networks.
To participate in the Championship you should register on the site www.goldenbyte.org until December 31, 2012 and perform the first online task until January 25.
We wait for you at the presentation of Ukrainian championship "Golden Byte 5"!