Tye Peck Wins ACS 1962 Prize 2018
- Published: 11 October 2018
Congratulations to our Graduate OutSystems and SharePoint Developer Tye Peck for winning the ACS 1962 Prize last night!
The ACS WA 1962 Prize is presented to the best Information and Communications Technology (ICT) graduate from a Western Australian University. Tye was one of many candidates in the running to be this year's Prize recipient.
The winner is recognised for their skills and achievements while studying a Computer Science degree. The ACS 1962 WA Prize is in recognition of the first computer instillation in Western Australia which was connected by Professor Dennis Moore, who is now a leading figure in WA Computing.
In an interview with Tye, he said: “It was just so unexpected. I never thought I would have ever been recognised for the work I've put in throughout the years. I feel very honoured”.
Tye is an invaluable member of the Novata Solutions team and we are very proud of all his achievements.