EESTEC Olympics9 gathers some brilliant computer students to compete in the main 24-hour challenge and 4 side challenges of 6 to 12 hours each.
On March 14 in the University Rectorate, sponsoring companies have organized a Stand&Fun program with student dedicated activities, while the hackathon is planned for Saturday and Sunday, March 16-17. To learn more about Computaris projects, technologies and employment opportunities, students are invited to attend the presentation sessions organized on March 16. Our colleagues will also share details about Computaris job openings, internship programs and student academies available this year.
We invite you to meet our team at the event and even relax while playing some table tennis at our stand. We wish the best of luck to all the participants coding against the clock in one of the most challenging student dev competitions!