In Huddle, a novel program took place. The year 2023 witnessed 100 coders, which presented a fantastic opportunity for bright young minds. With the aid of first-rate facilities and esteemed mentors, this vast community offered programmers a singular platform to transform an idea into a working product. The most gifted programmers from all around India be founded, highlighted, and connected to startups and other businesses through this event. Their goal is to transform these gifted people into an invaluable resource army while cultivating a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Leading MuLearn, a technology-enabled talent-building platform supported by GTech, Deepu states, “I’m not exaggerating, but we firmly believe that Kerala has the talent to compete with the best in the world.”
He references a global competition that Meta held last year as evidence to back up his assertions. Using the Spark AR technology, the goal was to create Instagram filters. Deepu claims that 30 young people received platform training from MuLearn a few weeks prior to the competition, and that group produced 27 of the 300 global champions.
Three rounds of the competition will be held. This competition will consist of three rounds: a coding challenge in round one, daily tasks in round two, and the finals in round three. The first task for participants is to complete the HackerRank problem-solving section’s challenges in order to keep their rank below 100,000 on the leader board. To assist you move up the Mulearn leaderboard and into the top 250, make sure you also update your progress on Mulearn on a regular basis. You can earn between 20 and 10,000 karma points for doing so. Before moving on to the daily tasks, keep this status for the first thirty days.
The Group of Technology Companies (GTech), the trade association for IT and ITES businesses in the State, established the talent-building platform MuLearn, with which the KSUM worked to identify the top 100 coders through the challenge.
The coding contest is a first for the state, according to Anoop Ambika, CEO of KSUM. It seeks to draw in young people as well as those with coding skills from all age groups and industries. With a broad net, KSUM seeks to identify potential throughout the entire state.
Regardless of age, the Top 100 Series was open to all, according to GTech Academy and Technology Focus Group Convener Deepu S. Nath. It strengthened Kerala’s strong and rapidly expanding startup ecosystem by giving participants the chance to network and cultivate a learning environment.
Though the heart of this army of innovators will be the Top 100 Coders, KSUM plans to bring in talent and experience from throughout the state for the Build It Big project.