Registration is open for a coding competition that last year drew more than 15,000 entrants from 108 countries.
The Reply Code Challenge will take place online on March 12.
Open to students aged 14-19, the Teen Edition will entail solving maths and logic questions, while the adult-focused Standard Edition will concentrate on an algorithmic problem, with teams at liberty to enter as many solutions as they see fit.
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The brace of challenges are just the beginning of Reply’s programme for 2020. As well as topics including cybersecurity and digital creativity, this year will also see a competition centred on the financial world.
The competitions are designed to reflect Reply’s “commitment to new training models which, through innovative and gaming inspired dynamics, involve younger generations using a language and lens they often relate strongly to”.
Three years on from the launch of the first challenge, the community currently stands at 40,000 players and counting. To add your name to the list, and join in the March 12 event, please visit challenges.reply.com.