On December 7, the Sharp Objects programmers team won the Digital Breakthrough hackathon. The team was composed of two students from RTU MIREA: Alexander Malinko and Mikael Shatalov.
The young men created a digital assistant that automates the work for HR-specialists screening employees and modifying job requirements.⠀
For hard work and the students victory in the grand finals of the competition, Sergey Kiriyenko, First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, awarded them with a certificate for 750 thousand rubles.
After winning the hackathon, many important and powerful companies approached the winners with proposals for cooperation; and their project was accepted to be implemented at Gazprom bank.
The main idea of the Digital Breakthrough hackathon is to create the most convenient and unique product attractive for the real sector enterprises and demanded by them.