MultiSys champions homegrown IT programmers with ‘Clash of Codes’

In its commitment to empower the local IT community, leading Filipino software solutions company MultiSys Technologies Corporation recently held another leg of its flagship event Clash of Codes, an annual hackathon that spotlights and tests the skills of local programmers.

Through Clash of Codes, MultiSys is hiring more full-stack programmers in its headquarters in Paranaque
The competition was open to full-stack developers of all ages. Out of the hundreds of candidates who registered, only 30 were able to make it to the finals during the competition day.

“Clash of Codes is an opportunity for talents in the industry who aspire to develop their skills further and potentially help MultiSys in creating innovative software solutions to empower businesses, companies and consumers in the country," MultiSys founder and chief executive officer David Almirol Jr. said.

 Second Clash of Codes grand winner Trinmar Boado bagged P100,000, while Mark Erwin Villarina, the second placer, brought home P50,000. Meanwhile, Tom Otico Chua and Michael Gerard Tupas won P30,000 each for both placing third place.

Empowering the IT industry

Almirol shared that by testing the expertise of Filipino programmers during Clash of Codes, MultiSys is looking to hire and train more talents to its pool of full-stack developers.

MultiSys also aims to raise the standards in the local IT industry by investing in the advancement of their employees' skills and holistic welfare. The company equips them with cutting-edge tools and immerses them in world-class facilities designed to inspire innovation and big ideas.

“We are not only committed to honing the skills of homegrown IT talents but also ensuring their overall well-being. Their dedication to the craft helps our company's goal to showcase world-class technology in the Philippines,” Almirol said.

Topics: Clash of Codes , David Almirol , MultiSys Technologies Corporation , Tom Otico Chua
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