'Undefined', a team of six young Banque de Luxembourg employees, won the OpenSource challenge in Lux4Good's second hackathon. This was the first time the Bank had participated.
The Lux4Good hackathon is a 24-hour coding challenge, organised by InTech at the Belval technoport. Over 50 developers and designers from Luxembourg came together on 11 and 12 October to seal their place among the country’s top developers.
Victory in their first Lux4Good event
This was the first time Banque de Luxembourg has participated in Lux4Good. Its team called Undefined was composed of six talented young employees: Antoine Diliberto, Nicolas Galmiche, Laura Trivino, Florian Schiestel, Jui-Yao Wu and Jennifer Luca.
The open source challenge which they won was devised by economy.lu and consisted of developing new apps or tools to link individuals wanting to co-work from home.
Acclaimed by the judges, the tool devised by our team is called Cowork@home. It links individuals in a friendly, computer-based setting.
WELL DONE to our team for their fine performance and we wish them every success in future coding challenges!
More information available at Lux4Good