Programming competition for secondary school students

If you learn programming in high school, this is your chance to show your skills and ideas to the wider public and win valuable prizes from LMT!

The aim of the competition is to present a project developed in the Programming I or II course, which solves a problem for a selected group in society. The topic can be teacher-defined or chosen by the student. The work can be submitted individually or in a team of up to 3 people.

Prizes

Prizes for the first three prize winners: gift vouchers for technology at LMT customer centres!

1st place 2nd place 3rd place
Per student 300 EUR 150 EUR 100 EUR
For the teacher 100 EUR 100 EUR 100 EUR

Prizes

Prizes for the first three prize winners: gift vouchers for technology at LMT customer centres!

1st place 2nd place 3rd place
Per student 300 EUR 150 EUR 100 EUR
For the teacher 100 EUR 100 EUR 100 EUR

Competition procedure

22 April

Deadline for applications

By 22 April, create and submit a video of up to 5 minutes in length, including:

  • project title, author(s), school and class;
  • a defined problem that the project addresses;
  • a programming solution demonstrated in action;
  • a description of the development process, main challenges, successes and lessons learned.

29 April

Announcement of the finalists

8 May

GitHub link submission deadline

Finalists have until 8 May to submit a link to the Github repository with the code and documentation of the developed solution in README.md format.

22 April

Deadline for applications

By 22 April, create and submit a video of up to 5 minutes in length, including:

  • project title, author(s), school and class;
  • a defined problem that the project addresses;
  • a programming solution demonstrated in action;
  • a description of the development process, main challenges, successes and lessons learned.

29 April

Announcement of the finalists

8 May

GitHub link submission deadline

Finalists have until 8 May to submit a link to the Github repository with the code and documentation of the developed solution in README.md format.

11 May

Final presentations in person

On 11 May, the finalists present their solution in person.

More about the competition and the evaluation criteria in the Terms of Reference.

11 May

Final presentations in person

On 11 May, the finalists present their solution in person.

More about the competition and the evaluation criteria in the Terms of Reference.

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