At Coding Lab, each and every child has an opportunity to shine. Be it representing their country on the global stage, winning a local competition or crafting a solution for the community, we provide the guidance and exposure for our students to excel.
In 2023, We celebrate the achievements of our 10 students in the 26th National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI) Singapore, one of Computing’s biggest competitions. Congratulations and a big round of applause to all of our students!
B.B.A. Business Analytics (Hons), NUS NUS Business School Leadership Development Programme National Junior College Student Council
Lakshmi is a graduate from the National University of Singapore. She loves to read, write and draw, while dabbling in entrepreneurship, technology and community service. Serving as a publicity officer in several events throughout her school years, she found her strengths in marketing and communications.
During her undergraduate, she did her internship at Coding Lab in education and marketing, through which, she realised she could integrate her strengths while working towards a social cause she cares about. Wanting to reach out to more students, she was a key volunteer with Tiny Thinkers , a Coding Lab CSR initiative, as she believes every student should learn computational thinking.
B.Soc.Sci. Sociology (Hons), NUS Methodist Girls’ School, Anglo-Chinese School Independent (International Baccalaureate) President, Tiny Thinkers
Thinzar holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Sociology from the National University of Singapore (NUS). Through volunteer teaching experiences during her school years, she discovered her passion for teaching and working with children.
As an educator at Coding Lab, Thinzar has discovered the importance of computational thinking in different areas of life, not just in coding. She believes it should be a skill learnt since young and wishes to impart computational thinking skills to children. Her passion for teaching and empowering the next generation led her to volunteer to lead Tiny Thinkers, a social cause to impact underprivileged children.
She feels a sense of accomplishment in her work as a teacher whenever she sparks her students’ interest in programming and aspires to continue imparting knowledge to students throughout her career.
M.Sc Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University Defence Science & Technology Agency DBS Bank
Man Ling holds a Master of Science in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and was a Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) overseas scholarship holder. Whilst at DSTA, she spearheaded various large-scale projects as well as the development of computer vision capabilities for the Singapore Armed Forces and other Public Service agencies.
Man Ling is currently a Programme Director at DBS Bank, managing consumer banking projects that transform existing mobile and internet banking platforms with intelligent insights. With her experience transitioning into software development and the IT industry, she is a strong believer that technical skills can be attained through interest and resilience. She is also deeply passionate about making technical knowledge accessible through education for all ages and backgrounds.
International Olympiad in Informatics Coach & Team Leader (2020) Singapore National Coach for NOI (2015 – 2018) International Olympiad in Informatics (Silver)
National Olympiad in Informatics (Gold, 2nd Position)
Guangxuan is a competitive programmer. His burning passion for competitive programming led him to represent Raffles Institution and Singapore in numerous prestigious olympiads in Computing, Physics, and Mathematics. He was also part of the team that was awarded the 1st Place at Shopee’s I’m the Best Coder Competition (2019).
Beyond achievements, Guangxuan has trained countless medalists in Olympiad in Informatics Courses (NUS). He is devoted to nurturing the next generation of competitive programmers, to keep the culture of teaching alive for many years to come.
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