Are you pursuing a degree in technology, engineering, or science? Want to showcase your programming prowess? Sign up for the Rocket APT Challenge and you could win up to $5,000 (USD), the chance to compete for a share in the grand prize of $24,000 (USD), and an all-expenses-paid trip to Rocket.Build near Boston, Massachusetts, USA!
The Challenge uses the Rocket MultiValue application platform - a real-world application development platform used by thousands of well-known, large organizations around the world - which combines an embedded database and development platform, so you can easily create applications.
Not familiar with MultiValue? Not a problem. We provide the database and tools, and loads of resources so you can hit the ground running. All you need to do is apply your ingenuity and desire to succeed.
This year, the theme for your application is Improve Your Community.
Entering the Rocket APT Challenge is a great way to:
Enhance your job prospects
Build your resume and portfolio
Access internship opportunities
Sign up for the Rocket APT Challenge and you could win up to $5,000 (USD) and the chance for an all-expenses-paid trip to the USA to compete for a share in the grand prize of $24,000 (USD).
Since 2014, the internal Rocket.Build hackathon has brought Rocket employees from around the world together to develop new products to help our customers solve their business and technology challenges. Finalists in the Rocket APT Challenge will get an all-expenses-paid trip to Rocket.Build 2019 to see some of the world’s leading programmers in action. You will also compete in the final round of the Challenge to determine the overall winner—a unique opportunity for future MultiValue developers.
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