I feel it is necessary for me to mention the benefits of participating and the impact it can have on your development.
We at Enterprise DNA truly believe that getting hands-on and practicing with real scenarios is the fastest way to mastery.
So I again encourage you all to try and get involved with the challenge in some capacity.
While the learning and experience of participating in the challenge are very rewarding itself we also have some great loot on offer for category winners.
And there are also some excellent prizes on offer from free subscriptoin (for all category winners) and more, to having your work showcased across the Enterprise platform. So please do get involved and share this opportunity with others who might be interested.
Challenge 20 also didn’t fail to deliver and there were some epic entries on what was a tough dataset and topic.
The idea sharing, collaboration, encouragement, feedback and willingness to help each other is brilliant to see and truly resonates with what we at Enterprise believe is the best way to learn and develop.
The standard of work from everyone was amazing. The challenge didn’t yield as many entries as usual which I think was down to the dataset and maybe the complexity of the actual data, something we will take on board going into future challenges.
We always try to ensure that the challenges are real-life scenarios that you are likely to face in the working world and as such sometimes due to sensitivity and confidentiality data can become somewhat skewed when anonymizing as mentioned above this is something we are looking to improve.
If any of you have any suggestions or feedback we are always keen to hear so please do let us know.