Gurugram (Haryana) [India], May 19 (ANI/Mediawire): Xebia, the US-headquartered IT consultancy today announced the winnersof its unique Blog-a-thon contest in association with Microsoft and GitHub.
The blog-a-thon was a platform to spread knowledge and give anopportunity to people to express their ideas and thoughts around technology.
The contest invited professionals across three categories including students, software developers and technology professionals to learn new technologies and write technical blogs with demos and code samples while building on Xebia and the Azure platform.
The blog-a-thon which started in February provided participants an opportunity to share solutions on current and relevant subjects and issues and get involved with actionable change.
11 entries from the various categories emerged as winners of the Blog-a-thon with innovative blogs and participants suggested diverse solutions ranging from BlockChain, Agile to event driven Architecture and the metaverse. The blog-a-thon received a stupendous response and nearly 500 participants shared entries.
The blogs were evaluated by a jury from Xebia and Microsoft. The winners received exciting cash rewards along with a global platform to showcase their perspectives, along with Azure credits and mentoring sessions by Xebia and Microsoft subject matter experts.
11 entries from the various categories emerged as winners of the Blog-a-thon with innovative blogsAnand Sahay, CEO, Xebia said; "At Xebia, we are committed to enabling and empowering techies at all levels and giving them a platform to express their ideas. We are thankful to IT veterans for their thought leadership and hopethat IT aspirants get an opportunity tobuild a fulfilling career for themselves.
Further, Runki Goswami, CMO, Xebia stated;" We are elated at the response that the Blog-a-thon received, and I would like to thank all the participants and congratulate all the winners. We received over 500 registrations from across the globe for the contest and our jury had an interesting time reviewing these innovative solutions.
Shivir Chordia, Azure Business Group Lead, Microsoft India, said, "AtMicrosoft we have been supporting developers, students, and professionals all over the world through platform to build innovative solutions on the Microsoft technology stack. The blog-a-thon with Xebiawitnessed an overwhelming response from participants who shared a diverse range of perspectives and innovative ideas. We would like to congratulate the winners and participants for their efforts.
All winning blogs available for reading here:Xebia is a global Full Stack Software Engineering, IT Strategy and Digital consulting company, enabling digital transformation of enterprises using the latest technology and methodologies. They are a 4500 group of pioneering go-getters and dreamers, spread across the globe with 500 customers. Xebia experts specialize in DataAI, Cloud, DevOps, Business Agility, Security, TrainingLearning, Software Development, Product Management and Quality Improvement.
They promote digital transformation and bring IT solutions to the table. Xebia services include working from the start to the finish line--analyzing in-depth customer requirements and providing solutions to drive a business. Additionally, they provide cutting-edge tools and training services to bring out the full potential of a business. Xebia has strong presence in USA, Canada, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Nordics, Poland, UK, Middle-East, South Africa, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, India, Singapore, Vietnam and Australia.
Winning Blog Excerpts:Tuhina BanerjeeBlockchain Use Case in Education - The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced Blockchain technology as this will serve as a single source truthful data for verification for students going for higher education or employment.
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