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June 24, 2019 Monday 03:47:56 PM IST

IBM Invites Developers for 2019 Global Coding Challenge for Disasters

The photo Higher Water Park Bench Flooded by Hans Braxmeier

IBM has invited developers to try out the 2019 Global Coding Challenge to develop technology solutions for natural disaster preparedness, response and recovery.

The winning team will get US $200,000 suppport from the Linux Foundation and the competition ends on July 29th, 2019. The Call for Code 2018 Global Challenge resulted in 100,000 developers from 156 nations creating 2500 applications with IBM Cloud Technology the reduce the impact of natural diaster. You have to create an IBM Cloud account, learn about the competition rules and regulations. 
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