At Delphix we believe that the best products are built by a diverse team of great engineers. Women are an underrepresented group in technical degrees, and thus are also underrepresented in the workforce. In order to do our part to help more women get technical degrees, we created this coding competition: Delphix Technology Scholarship for Women.
The winner receives $5,000 to be used toward school
Applicants must be women
Full-time college students pursuing a technical degree like computer science, mathematics, information technology, etc.
Must be full-time students when applying for the competition and during the beginning of the calendar year
Agree to your name, image, and other details being used for promotional purposes
Submit a software project you developed outside of your school or paid work
Submissions must include source code and binaries along with any tests and documentation that has been created
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What is the scholarship award?
The award for the winning software program is $5,000 to be used toward your studies.
Who can apply for the scholarship?
Women currently enrolled as full-time college students pursuing a technical degree like computer science, mathematics, information technology, etc. who will still be full-time college students enrolled in next academic year.
What is included in the submission?
A software project you developed outside of your school or paid work. This can be an open source project you already developed or something you developed specifically for this scholarship.
The submission must include a pointer or an upload of the binary and source code as well as any documentation for the program.
The software can be written in any language and for any hardware platform/OS.
Your information: name, address, school, major, and current year of study.
If this was a collaborative project, provide information about the other developers and specify the work you did on the project
A description of the program, including:
What does it do?
What problem were you trying to solve?
How does your solution address the problem?
Any additional information that would be useful to judge the program, including any of the following: how it is being used (and by whom), when it was written, and how it has evolved over time.
Year of Need: College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior,
Num Awards: 1
Min Award: Varies
Max Award: 5,000
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