Personal development of students focusing on presentation skills, synthesis of ideas and teamwork are just a few abilities that are improved during this competition. Also, professional orientation of students – closely correlated with current requirements and labour market’s perspective – is a feature of the competition.
Jane Richardson, Senior Director, Oracle Academy, EMEA said “We are pleased to continue to support the Java Competition for Romanian students. This competition not only lets students showcase their Java programming abilities, it also gave them the opportunity to demonstrate their creative side by creating web and mobile applications using their Oracle Database skills.
Oracle Academy in Romania continues to provide not only the resources for faculty and students to develop their computer science learning at school and university, but competitions like this also provides students with experience in team building and collaboration, skills needed in the workplace of the 21st Century.“