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Webcup Junior: the meeting place for young developers

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The kick-off for the second edition of the Junior Webcup was held on Saturday, December 3, 2016. The event took place during the 8th Regional Education Fair at the Saint-Denis Exhibition Centre.

 

 

15 teams from 15 schools competed in this 2016 edition. Six of them were chosen, and here is what we had to remember.

The winners in the middle school category are:

3rd prize: Chaloupe Saint-Leu College
2nd prize: Adrien Cadet College
1st prize: Texeira Da Motta College, La Possession

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The winners in the High School category are:
3rd prize: Saint Paul IV High School – Theme – The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
2nd prize: Pierre Lagourgue high school in Le Tampon – Theme: the lighthouse of Alexandria
1st prize: Amiral Bouvet high school in Saint-Benoît – Theme: the statue of Zeus

 

The other competitors are

College categories :

  • The Alizés school in Saint-Denis
  • Adrien Cadet College in Les Avirons
    Theme: the temple of Artemis
  • The Chaloupe Saint-Leu school
    Theme: The Colossus of Rhodes
  • Joseph SUACOT College, Petite-île
    Theme: the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
  • Les Aigrettes de Saint-Paul College
    Theme: The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

High school categories :

  • Roland Garros high school in Le Tampon
    Theme: The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  • Paul Moreau High School in Bras-Panon
    Theme: the Alexandria lighthouse
  • Jean Hinglo High School in Le Port
    Theme: the temple of Artemis

 

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The subject of this 2016 edition

The young developers had to use their creativity for the following topic: a big international contest is launched to rank the three most beautiful of the 7 wonders of the world.

Kheops asks your agency to create the most beautiful website presenting its fabulous pyramid in order to seduce the jury and win the first place.

 

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Preparing our young people for a future profession

Nowadays, the technology sector is a major contributor to our economy and learning the basics of computer language is becoming a must. After French and mathematics, computer programming, also known as “coding”, is the new subject to teach to children.

Code has become a global and unifying movement, programming allows students to acquire vocabulary, better understand the syntax of the language and develop their logic.

While waiting for the next edition, we say a big congratulations to all the budding coders!

Source: Webcup Association

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