Pix Programming Challenge is an international programming competition for children and youth. It is fully carried out via the PixBlocks application. The competition is organized in Nigeria, India and 5 European countries.
Contest participants must solve programming tasks. Tasks are adapted to different age groups.
The three age groups are Rookie (Born 2013 – 2009), Skilled (Born 2008 – 2004) and Master (Born 2003 – 1999).
The results for this year’s competition are out.
- Abdullahi Olubuade
- Abdurrahman Adesalu
- Uthman Olanrewaju
- AbdulAfeez Adedeji
- Bryan Obiorah
The first four children are from Heritage Global Academy with the fifth child from Princeton Schools.
- Timilehin Adekoya
- Boluwatife Ojo
- Layiwola Larinde
- Temiloluwa Oluwafemi
- Peter Ajayi
Timilehin Adekoya came first but didn’t enter with a school. The remaining children come from Valencia Schools.
- Sumayyah Yusuf
Sumayyah Yusuf is from Heritage Global Academy a lone semi-finalist as well as a finalist.
Congratulations to all the participants. Without aspiration for the future, there is nothing.
These kids are the future of the tech community in Nigeria.