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Coders and hackers can compete for employment opportunities at new tech company CopyStrong in Sarasota, Florida.

Applications are now being accepted for the coding competition hiring event, set for July 12 at the SRQ Cyber Command Center in Sarasota.

The competition will be limited to the 40 most qualified U.S. resident applicants. Of the 40 participants, 10 will advance to the final round of the competition, which will include a personality assessment.

The first and second place winners will be offered relocation assistance and employment with CopyStrong, pending a high-level background investigation. Other finalists may be offered paid-internships, as well.

Those chosen to participate will be required to demonstrate an advanced ability to code and develop creative solutions to problems while participating in the event. Code-A-Thon participants should be familiar with PHP, HTML 5, CSS3, JavaScript, API, and “be able to creatively think through problems.”

“While most technology companies would prefer to do business in areas like Palo Alto, being a Sarasota native, I wanted to bring technology to my hometown,” said Erica Bowles, the founder of CopyStrong. “As a result, we’re trying to help build a successful high-technology development sector here in Sarasota, Bradenton, and the neighboring Tampa Bay area.”

Want to compete in the Code-A-Thon? Get more details and submit resumes here.

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