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Another win for the Pakistani Coders!

The Pakistani coders and developers continue to make the country proud of online platforms. Bagging one win after another is showcasing and highlighting both the pre-existing talent in Pakistan and the potential for it to grow further and pave ways for digital development in our country.

In the recent TopTaI JavaScript Speed Coding Challenge, Pakistani developers and coders had a sweeping success. The challenges are diverse and each is ranked by points assigned by assessing the difficulty level of the task and the speed at which it is accomplished. This is one of the most famous and acknowledged coding competitions around the globe.

Two thousand coders from about 137 countries around the globe participated in this coding challenge. Pakistan’s neighboring country, India also participated. Moreover, despite having the most coders out of all countries participating, a sum of 251, India was not able to overtake Pakistani coders in the challenges.

Pakistan had exhilarating top 50 finishes out of all the countries. Mallu scored 3494 points, a highly skilled developer from Pakistan who impressed all with his coding skills.

2020 with all its calamities still has undoubtedly been a year of successes and advancements for Pakistan in the digital era. More and more recognition of the Pakistani potential has been observed as well the country’s own steps for its youth’s growth in the digital arena.

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