It is a well-known fact that Central and Eastern Europe is home to many talented IT specialists, e.g. data base administrators, systems analysts, graphic designers, and also
programmers. And these are the programmers who are becoming more and more popular in the world because of their high technical and interpersonal qualifications.
These assumptions seem to be confirmed by the latest research conducted by HackerRank. HackerRank is a platform consociating those programmers all around the world who seek for solutions in the field of algorithms, data structures, mathematics, functional programming and data bases. The website ranks accuracy and speed of the solutions proposed by the
users. Basing on the received results, the portal has issued a report presenting how
programmers from different countries cope with particular problems.
The majority of the competitors came from the United States and from India, yet finally they were ranked relatively low: on the 28th and 31st place, respectively. The first three places in the general ranking were taken by China, Russia and Poland. The Poles have scored 98 out of 100 on the index of solved challenges, which was one of the best results in the world.
Additionally, regarding honourable mentions in the particular fields, the Poles proved themselves to be the world’s leaders in Java programming language, they were ranked on the second place in Python language and in the algorithms tasks.
The received results speak for themselves – Poland is one of the fastest developing markets of programming services in the Central and Eastern Europe. Our team is extremely proud to be part of this amazing phenomenon. The Poles are able to efficiently combine purely
technical qualifications with soft skills, which makes them great specialists ready to work in the most challenging environments.