Bell Integrator’s Developer Wins Ubuntu Scopes Showdown Contest
The Ubuntu2016 Scopes Showdown contest was announced by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, challenging participants to create an all-new original Scope for the Ubuntu Phone and publish it to the store within just six weeks. Winners were selected by a judging panel made up of Canonical employees and Ubuntu community members.
Roman Schekin, a Senior Engineer from Bell Integrator, won 1st place with his application called Academy, offering quick methods for locating online courses from numerous sources. Roman says, “I am excited to win the Ubuntu 2016 Scopes Showdown. I like working with the Ubuntu community and developing apps for the best mobile OS.”
"We congratulate Roman for his innovative development work and for winning the contest,” said Eugene Pozdnikov, Managing Director at Bell Integrator. “As a services company, people are our greatest asset and we are proud to have some of the best and the brightest talent within our organization, like Roman.”
Bell Integrator’s world-class engineers are selected from top universities and corporations around the world, many of whom are also experienced scientists and mathematicians.
About Bell Integrator
Bell Integrator is a global consulting, technology services and IT outsourcing company delivering mission critical solutions that address most complex business and technology needs of large corporations in the finance, telecom, transportation and healthcare industries. Customers include carriers, such as VimpelCom (NYSE: VIP), MTS (NYSE: MBT), MegaFon (LSE: MFON) and Rostelecom (OTCQX: ROSYY), serving over 600m subscribers daily, top-tier global banks, including Citibank, Raiffeisen Bank, Societe Generale and others with average capitalization of over $10bn, large transportation and healthcare enterprises. For more information, visit www.bellintegrator.com
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