In a bid to foster continuous learning and self-improvement, Techavilly initiated the 30-Day SQL Challenge—an intense month-long project designed to enhance participants’ SQL scripting skills and fortify their resilience and consistency. The challenge attracted over 200 enthusiastic individuals worldwide, showcasing their commitment to personal and professional growth.

Mariam Adeyemi- Founder, Tech
Mariam Adeyemi – Founder, Techavilly

Techavilly’s Founder, Mariam Adeyemi expressed, “Tech is not for the faint-hearted; you need staying power because issues will arise that’ll make you want to give up. But it’s totally up to you. The question is, do you want to do this? This is a question you need to answer before embarking on your tech journey.”

The Challenge:

The 30-Day SQL Challenge proved to be a gruelling yet rewarding test of participants’ database management skills, problem-solving abilities, and SQL expertise. Over 30 days, contestants faced increasingly complex SQL queries and data manipulation tasks, pushing the boundaries of their proficiency. Only the most resilient and proficient SQL experts made it to the end, underscoring the challenging nature of the competition.

Why SQL Challenge?

Organizing a SQL challenge proved beneficial for various reasons. It served as an opportunity for participants, regardless of their skill level, to showcase their expertise, position themselves as SQL experts, and solve real-world business problems. The challenge was specifically organized for individuals looking to stand tall in the tech industry, fostering networking opportunities with like-minded SQL enthusiasts, professionals, and learners.

About the Challenge:

  • Participants: Over 200 registered; 59 made it to the leaderboard.
  • Average Submission Rate: 31%
  • Top 3 Winners: Each received a brand-new HP laptop; next 5 received N30k cash prize each.

The Top 3 Winners:

1st Position – Victor Olasupo: A Biomedical Engineering student at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Victor demonstrated exceptional skills throughout the challenge, securing 1st place with 280 points.

Techavilly SQL Challenge

2nd Position – Oluwaseyi Oladipo: Working with FedEx in Birmingham, UK, Oluwaseyi showcased consistency and determination, securing 2nd place with 235 points.

Techavilly SQL Challenge

3rd Position – Mariam Jaiyeola: A data analyst and public health researcher with a master’s in Medical Statistics, Mariam’s previous knowledge helped her excel in the challenge, securing 3rd place.

Mariam Jaiyeola

Other Participants:

Techavilly extends appreciation to all participants for their resilience and commitment to the challenge. Organizations seeking skilled Data Analysts are encouraged to reach out to for potential internships, contract employees, or full-time positions.

A Bright Future for the Participants

With this impressive victory, Techavilly and the participants are set to continue making waves in the world of SQL and analytics. Their dedication and prowess serve as an inspiration to both budding and seasoned SQL professionals.

In Conclusion:

The 30-Day SQL Challenge has proven to be a stage for local talent to shine, learn from one another, and leave an indelible mark in the world of Analytics and SQL Database Management. Techavilly congratulates all participants for their remarkable feat and wishes them the best in their future endeavours in the exciting realm of analytics.

About Techavilly: Techavilly is a tech-focused initiative committed to fostering continuous learning and growth in the world of SQL, analytics, and problem-solving. Through initiatives like the 30-Day SQL Challenge, Techavilly provides a platform for individuals to showcase their skills and connect with opportunities in the tech industry.

Comments are closed.