LUG STIKOM Menjuarai Kompetisi Code Jam ICrOSS 2014

Posted on 25 April 2014 by

Pada tanggal 23 April dan 24 April 2013 Linux User Group mewakili STIKOM Surabaya pada Kompetisi Code Jam di acara Indonesia Creative Open Source Software (ICrOSS 2014) yang bertempat di Hotel Bumi Surabaya. LUG mewakilki 2 tim yang terdiri dari tim pertama Layl Ahcmad Suryana (12410100008) dan Zayed Elfasa (11410100127). Tim kedua ada Muhammad Hassanuddin (13410100082), Tantri Mindrawan (13410100032), dan Rosi Nanda Amalia (13410100018). Peserta lomba Code Jam yang lainnya berasal dari Perguruan Tinggi, Politeknik di Surabaya , Instansi Pemerintah, dan beberapa Perguruan Tinggi se-tanah air.

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Pembukaan acara ini dibuka oleh Walikota Surabaya yaitu Tri Rismaharani yang biasa di sapa dengan Ibu Risma.

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Singkat cerita, hari pertama danĀ  hari kedua acara berjalan dengan baik casino online dan akhirnya salah satu perwakilan LUG STIKOM mendapatkan penghargaan Juara ke II. Juara ke- I dan III diraih oleh perwakilan dari Politeknik Negeri yang berada dari Kota Surabaya.

Semoga melalui Event ini, LUG STIKOM tidak hanya dikenal di ruang lingkup STIKOM saja, tetapi masyarakat luas dapat mengenal keluarga kecil LUG STIKOM Surabaya.

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Selamat kepada Ketua LUG STIKOM”13 dan Ketua LUG STIKOM “14 yang telah mengharumkan nama STIKOM Surabaya terlebih keluarga LUG :)

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67 Comments

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12 December 2015

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