Sigma Ukraine supports UA Web Challenge contest
Sigma Ukraine became a partner of the pan-Ukrainian web development contest UA Web Challenge. The tournament is gathering junior, middle and senior developers from all over Ukraine.
UA Web Challenge is conducted since 2011. The main goal of the contest is to help leading IT companies and best Ukrainian IT specialists to find each other.
Hundreds of developers from all Ukrainian regions participate in UA Web Challenge. This year 1100 developers registered. Participants were expected to solve real challenges that IT business faces every day. Among the contest judges are top-notch industry experts.
Contest finals and the award ceremony were held in Kiev, November 23-24. On the second day a forum for IT specialists took place. The forum gathered about 300 attendees.
As a partner of the contest Sigma Ukraine took part in finals activities and presented its stand. Artem Kostenko, Art Director at Sigma Ukraine, conducted a short master-class “Managing expectations” for UA WebChallenge finalists and forum attendees.
“This contest is not just another event within IT, but much more,” says Nataly Potapova, Training Manager at Sigma Ukraine. “We are always looking for talents. UA Web Challenge gives us a possibility to meet open minds not only in Kharkiv or Odesa, but also in other Ukrainian regions.”
“At Sigma Ukraine we strive to support events, dedicated to development of Ukrainian IT community, finding new bright talents, learning and sharing knowledge,” says Valery Krasovsky, Chief Operating Officer at Sigma Ukraine. “It is great that such events appear and expand as they encourage developers to grow on a professional level.”
Sigma is a long-term business partner wherever information technology makes a difference. We are a global player with a Nordic base. We deliver the smartest solutions to support our customers' business aims. Sigma is owned by Danir AB and has about 1600 employees in eight countries. Sigma operates in Ukraine since 2006 and the local team currently consists of 400 IT professionals.