Java Challenge Germany 2021

For 6 weeks, Java lovers will compete to win the title of Java Champion of Germany. The contest takes 15 minutes during which one's the participants have to answer to 21 questions. A correct answer results in a score of plus 2, a wrong answer results in a score of minus 1. When you skip a question, you win nor lose points. The total score will be the cumulative score of all questions answered within the set timeframe of 15 minutes. 

The sponsor will use the contact details of the participants for the following purposes: 

  • To deliver the prizes to the best participants
  • To share the results of the challenge and ask for testimonials to some participants
  • To inform the participants about internships or job opportunities

The details of the scores will be released privately in your personal dashboard at the end of the Challenge, so that the answers can't be shared among players. The leaderboard is only displaying the top 20 participants.

Jury members

Jens
Bendisposto
Senior Consultant at INNOQ
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Marcus
Biel
Java Evangelist & Founder at Clean Code Academy
Bayern, Germany
Thomas
Darimont
Fellow at codecentric AG
Saarland, Germany
Sebastian
Daschner
Java Champion & Lead Java Developer Advocate at IBM
Bayern, Germany
Oliver
Fischer
Leader JUG Berlin-Brandenburg & Team Architect at Deutsche Post E-POST Development GmbH
Berlin, Germany
Christian
Grobmeier
Software Developer & Entrepreneur at Grobmeier Solutions GmbH
Bayern, Germany
Teresa
Holfeld
Founder at Hamburg Coding School
Hamburg, Germany
Ralf
Lämmel
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Bernd
Müller
Co-organizer JUG Ostfalen & Professor for Computer Science at Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences
Berlin, Germany
Martin Alexander
Neumann
Research and Teaching Assistant at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Benjamin
Nothdurft
JUG & JavaLand & microXchg Leader and University Lecturer and Jury President and Technical Lead at codecentric AG
Thüringen, Germany
Sandra
Parsick
JavaLand Committee Member & Freelance IT Consultant at Sandra Parsick
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Reinhard
Prechtl
JUG Leader in Nuremberg & Software Writer at codecentric AG
Bayern, Germany
Johannes
Schöning
Lichtenberg Professor and Professor of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at University of Bremen
Antwerp, Belgium
André
Sept
Chief Technical Architect at IT-Systemhaus der Bundesagentur für Arbeit
Bayern, Germany
Mario
Torre
Java Champion & Principal Software Engineer, Java Platform at Red Hat
Hamburg, Germany
Gregor
Trefs
Team Lead at LivePerson
Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Rules of the challenge

Rules of the Challenge

Participants must be over 18 years old and be residents of Germany to 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 informasandra parstion given by the participant will invalid the registration or entail the loss of the Prize.

Disqualification

We really don’t want to disqualify you, but sadly we will have to, if we catch you doing any of the following:

  • Communicating and/or publishing any kind of data, questions or solutions in liaison with the challenge, and sharing directly or indirectly this information with any other contestant before the challenge has been closed;
  • Attempting to damage the website or taking action that may have a negative impact on the normal process/operating procedure of the challenge. Incidentally, this may also be considered as a legal violation, and the organizer reserves the right to initiate a legal procedure and claim damages before the court.
  • Taking any action in violation of the copyrights/IP that belong to the authors of the questions, the members of the Jury, and the EDITx IT educators community.
  • Having multiple profiles while participating in the challenge.

Data privacy & information sharing

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