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2021 Sparx Systems Award

The Sparx Systems 2021 award was presented to Michelle Holly.

 

Sparx Systems likes to encourage Federation University students to achieve world class results. Sparx Systems has a strong association with Federation University with many staff having once worked and studied at Federation University. Michelle completed her first year of the Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional Practice) program in 2020, with outstanding results. The Bachelor of IT (Professional Practice) is a four-year degree, accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). The innovative degree includes 1600 hours of work integrated learning with IBM in Ballarat, Victoria. Michelle is completing her internship with IBM at Salesforce Consulting Services.

 

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Michelle has already learned about networking, cloud computing, object-oriented programming, SQL, C#, and Java scripting, agile coding, web design, big data and information security. Michelle is from Surabaya, Indonesia, and is studying at the Federation University Mt Helen campus.

 

The criteria for the award is for a student who has demonstrated significant ability in a particular area of ICT. Michelle has excelled in every aspect of the course Game Development Fundamentals, despite the challenging year of 2020. Her game prototype will be an example of innovation and ambition for future students for years to come. Michelle stated “I found Game Development Fundamentals is the most interesting course in my second semester. This course incorporates both design and high-order thinking to build a 3D game by using Blender, Unity and the C# programming language. My last project was developing a 3D game with a combination of a maze runner and trivia questions. Even though this course seemed hard at first, I found the programming knowledge in lectures, practical learning in lab sessions, and lecturers' support were really helpful. I managed to build my game prototype by designing the 3D objects in Blender and using Unity to collaborate the object's behaviour with C# scripting language.”

 

Sparx Systems would like to congratulate Michelle for all her hard work and wish her all the best in her future studies.  She was also provided a copy of Enterprise Architect to help her untertake the many software development tasks within her degreee.

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