Student Java Programmer from a Philippine-based School? Show Off Your Skills on Nokia’s Xtreme Java Competition!

Student Java Programmer from a Philippine-based School? Show Off Your Skills on Nokia’s Xtreme Java Competition!

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In collaboration with De La Salle University, Nokia Philippines will hold again another competition, this time for college-level students with coding skills in Java environment. Dubbed as “Xtreme Java: National Inter-School Mobile App Development Challenge”, this competition is set to kick-off comes Saturday, January 14th, at DLSU campus in Manila.

If you miss the Kick-Off, Nokia says you can still register at until February 15, 2012. The contest is open to any universities and colleges in the country, and participants could be in teams of 2-3 members with 1 mentor. Up for grabs in this competition include cash and prizes worth Php150K. If you think you got what it takes to develop great mobile apps for Nokia, peep on the presser following after the break.

Nokia challenges student mobile app developers

Do you have a unique app idea waiting to be developed? Join the Xtreme Java: National Inter-School Mobile App Development Challenge and have your creations published on Nokia mobile phones and win your share of cash and prizes worth P150,000!

Xtreme Java is a mobile app development competition among universities and colleges in the Philippines organized by De La Salle University, in collaboration with Nokia. It allows college-level students, in teams of 2-3 members with 1 mentor, to develop and publish their own utility game and location-based applications and receive great prizes.

Join the Xtreme Java Training and Kick-Off on January 14, 2011 from 9am – 5pm at Room 1103, Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, De La Salle University, 2401 Taft Ave., Manila. Get an overview on Java ME, Game API, performance guidelines and Java security, learn how to develop and deploy Java ME applications and get an introduction on the Touch & Type UI.

If you miss the Kick-Off, you can still register at until February 15, 2012. Each college/university represented by mentors will be given a Nokia Store publisher account FREE of charge. You can choose to develop different applications following these 3 categories: Utility / Productivity Applications, Games, and Location-Based Applications.

To complete your registration, publish your Java app to Nokia Store and then submit the content ID until April 11, 2012. Apps submitted must be published on or before April 30, 2012.

One (1) winner for each Xtreme Java App Category will receive a Nokia Asha 303 plus P 20,000 cash!

What’s more, Nokia will be giving away special prices for the participants of this great app competition. The first ten (10) apps to be published will receive a Nokia C3-00 each! And the first five (5) individuals with minimum 3 apps published will each win a Nokia 500, P10,000 cash, and a Nokia Achiever Certification.

Participants should use the Nokia SDK for Java for the app development. It must support and successfully run on at least one Nokia Touch and Type and/or QWERTY device: Nokia X3-02, Nokia C3-01, Nokia C2-02, Nokia C2-03, Nokia Asha 303, Nokia C3-00 and Nokia X2-01.

Contestants can visit the Nokia Mobile Lab at Nokia Philippines office or NetCentric Laboratory at De La Salle University, College of Computer Studies to test their application. For more information about the Xtreme Java challenge, check out .


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