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TOMSK, Nov 16 – RIA Tomsk. Denis Sharapov, a student of the Higher IT School of Tomsk State University (HITs TSU), beat compatriots at the Worldskills Championship among the BRICS countries; developers of mobile applications from Russia, India, China and Brazil took part in the championship, the press service of the university reported on Monday.
"HITs TSU student Denis Sharapov became the best Russian mobile application developer at the Future Skills Challenge international championship for promising professional skills among the BRICS countries", - says the statement.
According to the press service, developers from Russia, India, China and Brazil were rivals of Tomsk resident. The participants had to develop a sports application that allows them to record their workout results and check their progress.
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According to the deputy chief expert of the championship Lidia Ivanova, the task was quite difficult and as close as possible to the tasks that developers face in their daily work. A good result at competitions of this level will allow the student to participate in the selection for the national team, which will represent Russia at the Worldskills World Championship in 2022.
Earlier it was reported that in 2020 Sharapov took the first place in the All-Russian competition of professional skills "Best in Profession", receiving the title of the best developer of web and multimedia applications. The student also won the title of World Skills Russia Champion in the "Web Design and Development" nomination, in 2018 in a similar nomination at Digital Skills, as well as the 11th place in the top twenty programmers at the Yandex Championship in 2019.