ICT-Related Contest

1. 2017 Ace of Coders National Infocomm Competition

  Ace of Coders is a competition for talented coders like no other you’ve seen. Top coders compete in front of a live audience and the ultimate trophy goes to the most talented who can defeat their opponents in a fantasy gaming environment. The catch – you don’t play with your insane gaming skills, but with codes! You will write code that controls the AI of your troops, everything from crafty manoeuvres, calculated attacks and opportunistic spell casting. Experience the excitement as your supporters cheer for you, live in an e-sports style.

Everybody can be a part of this! All you need to do is login to http://CodeCombat.com/ and complete your first level. Absolutely no prior coding experience is required. What’s more, it’s free! CodeCombat has been played by over 4 million students around the world as part of the annual hour of code promoted by Code.org.

To qualify for the competition, go to http://bit.ly/2017aceofcoders to enter your profile and sync up with your CodeCombat progress. You can take part in the Junior category for the Secondary

In order to celebrate the best and brightest student developers in Singapore, the top 16 teams (2 coders per team) from the Junior and Senior categories will be invited to the live 2016 National Coding Championships event on 26th March. This will be an excellent chance for some of Singapore’s most promising young coders to prove yourself, and bring glory for your school.

2. 2018 National Chinese Mobile App Development By Students For Students Competition
2018年全国学生华文应用程序制作比赛

In this competition, participants will create Chinese language mobile learning apps targetted at pre-schoolers.

Winning teams will have their apps selected for further development and publishing onto the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. $10,000 worth of attractive prizes will be awarded to all winning teams!

This project is organised by the Singapore Centre for Chinese Language, and commissioned by the Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism.

More information can be found on https://appcompetition.tk.sg

Students interested in the competition, please contact Mr. Jonathan Chua at jonathan_chua@sst.edu.sg