CRAETIF launches Coding Competition

CRAETIF launches Coding Competition

Tech blogger Emma Onah, who writes at CRAETIF, is hosting a unique Coding Competition which requires NO CODING EXPERIENCE.

The challenge is to come up with an engaging and creative game, explain the objective of the game and get creative. Entrants are being asked to ‘code’ with some sort of flowchart or pseudocode to demonstrate how the code components would work and while this is meant to be detailed it doesn’t require any actual code.

The idea is to get people to carefully consider the components that go into making a real-world game while encouraging as much participation as possible.

The prize. Onah will develop the game and it will be the fourth game included in the Gamekid device she is making. The winner will also get featured on CRAETIF.

The competition closes on May 31st and the winners will be announced in a webinar with SLLY (Success Looks Like You) on Saturday 6th June at 1pm.

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