Java Challenge Belgium 2021

Do you think you are capable of becoming Belgium’s champion in Java?

The first round is played online. Our finalists will then compete for the 2020 Champion Java title at the Finals.

Jury members

Pierre
Bettens
IT Teacher - Maitre-Assistant at ESI
Hainaut, Belgium
Sébastien
Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Brussels, Belgium
Olivier
Hubaut
Board Member & JUG Leader at Brussels Java User Group & Founder at T.M.P. Solution
Walloon Brabant, Belgium
José
Paumard
Maître de Conférences at Université Paris 13 Nord
Centre-Val de Loire, France
Stéphane
Rondal
Founder Wajug & Founder, Managing Partner at Arexo
Liège, Belgium
Gregory
Seront
IT Professor at Institut Paul Lambin
Brussels, Belgium
Marie-Noël
Vroman
Chef de département, Technologie de l'Informatique at EPHEC
Walloon Brabant, Belgium
Helene
de Ribaupierre
Lecturer Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff university
Torfaen, Wales

Rules of the challenge

- How to participate?

Registration is open during the entire duration of the challenge. You only need to register on EDITx.

- How is the challenge organized?

You will have 15 minutes to give the correct answer to as many questions as you can. The questions will be multiple-choice with one good answer.

After you complete the Java Challenge, you will see your result for that Challenge immediately, but not the answers. We are emailing the details of the scores to all players at the end of the Challenge, so that the answers can't be shared among players during the Challenge.

If you are qualified or if you rank among the 20 best participants, your name, first name and score will be posted on the leaderboard and announced to all the challengers via the Challenge Results email. There will be two leaderboards: a global leaderboard ranking all the participants and a leaderboard dedicated to the students. The name and firstname of the 20 best students will be visible to anyone at the end of the challenge.

- Rules

Everyone can participate but only belgian residents over 18 years old are eligible to take part at the finals and win the prizes. One registration per person is authorized. The participant can only compete in his own name and not for someone else. Personal information of the participant may be checked through different sources. Personal information must be accurate. Inaccurate or false information given by the participant will invalid the registration or entail the loss of the Prize.

- Data privacy

In the context of this competition, the following data about the participants will be collected and processed: name, address, date of birth, email address, telephone number and possibly Linkedin profile. The organizers’ servers will automatically save specific data such as: adress, date and time. Personal data are collected and processed for the following uses:

  • To enable and oversee the correct competition process
  • To analyze and optimize EDITx
  • To set up the Statboard & Leaderboard at the end of the challenge

EDITx shares the personal information (Mobile number and Email) of the participants with and only with the sponsor and with any governmental agency or Authority at their request (in case of irregularity.

Data privacy & information sharing

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