Imagine a new world that you should create – what would the sky look like? Or would you have a sky there? In a virtual world, the limits can go as far as your imagination. At the Golden Byte 2018 International IT Championship, talented young people have demonstrated how far they can go into creating new digital horizons. The final regional stage of the championship took place on May 5, at STEP IT Academy Moldova.
The teams presented their projects, and the jury panel made of teachers, specialists and special guests appreciated the participants and their ideas. Among those who took part were Vadim Jeleascov, Simpals program manager, who rated the software design in the Startup Challenge category, and Dmitrii Travnicov, Simpals Studio Lead Character designer, who evaluated the characters created in the Character Design category.
The jury chose the best participants, who will represent Moldova at the Golden Byte 2018 final in Kiev. The Championship is held for the 10th year in Kiev, Ukraine. The event is yearly attended by over 15,000 people from Ukraine, Kazakhstan, the Czech Republic, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Moldova. Simpals and Joblist are partners for the regional stage of Golden Byte 2018 IT Championship.
The senior front-end developer of Simpals projects, Igor Clemencov, will make a presentation “Declarative revolution in interface development” at the first edition of OpenSource Camp Moldova 2018. Igor will tell the audience about declarative programming, why it is necessary and how React has influenced the modern approach to interface development.
Simpals actively supports OpenSource Camp Moldova
On Sunday, November 26, in the IT-center Tekwill took place one of the biggest international conferences for game developers in Moldova – Game Factory 2017. The event gathered top specialists in the industry of game development from Poland, Russia, Hungary, Romania, Latvia and Moldova.
One of the speakers was the concept artist of Simpals Studio, Dmitrii
For two days, everyone at Tekwill Center was speaking unusual languages. To be more exact, they all spoke programing languages, and not just that. In the framework of the first OpenSource Camp Moldova, front-end and junior programmers had the chance to learn professional secrets shared by top managers and specialists from local IT companies.