The current championship had 25 challenges across different fields. Every week there’s a new round. This year I participated in 13 categories.
I enjoyed the competition, and I’m happy with my results.
My favorite categories were the
Accessible websites, where we learned about the diverse users of the web, and
Python backend development, where most of the questions were about the latest features of Python. I needed to be up to date.
I learned about the nuances of many fields. The questions helped me refresh my knowledge on topics I don’t use in my day-to-day work. And my results reflect the categories that I do work with regularly. I joined the Windows Server category just for fun, and it shows.
There were a few 1-hour challenges in the competition that I was unsure about but submitted ahead of time. After submission, I wanted to figure out the result and got it before my clock would have run out. It was an excellent lesson for next time to fight till the end.
This year, first time ever, I got into the TOP 25 in two categories! 🎉
Here are my results for this year ordered by Percentage:
|DevOps||2.97%||12 / 404|
|React.JS||3.58%||11 / 307|
|Linux System Development||7.49%||31 / 414|
|Angular frontend development||13.58%||47 / 346|
|Containerization (Kubernetes)||13.67%||35 / 256|
|Accessible websites||15.95%||63 / 395|
|Language-independent programming and Databases||18.18%||132 / 726|
|Embedded Systems (C)||20.66%||56 / 271|
|Python backend development||22.02%||74 / 336|
|Problem-analysis in Enterprise Systems||22.40%||56 / 250|
|Cyber Security||23.53%||108 / 459|
|Industrial Networks||23.98%||53 / 221|
|Windows Server Operations||43.17%||155 / 359|
I am looking forward to it next year!