GENERAL SANTOS CITY (March 1, 2023) – The Holy Trinity College of General Santos City allowed 12 BSIT and one BSCS students to join with the Information and Communications Technology Division of the City Mayor’s Office for their hands-on industry immersion. They will be trained in various aspects of ICT including its hardware, software, peopleware, and dataware components.
Two (2) students will dedicate their time using native PHP which is a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. Mitch Abegael C. Dayon and Zyvie C. Dela Peña who is the only BSCS student managed by Mark Junnies Narido.
Three (3) students joined the research and quality assurance team of the division to establish no-code less-code CRUD app and other QA testing to be used to test all apps before implementation. The group of Angelyn Arcoba Ator, Chungmi Marie Lozano, and Angelo D. Nablo will be reporting directly to the division chief, Percival Pasuelo.
Four (4) students committed to learn Dart - programming language and is a client-optimized language for fast apps on a cross-platform environment with Flutter which is an open source framework by Google for building beautiful, natively compiled, multi-platform applications from a single codebase. Jessica C. Caparos, Franz Jef Dignos, Rozzdale Braynt Paler, and Britz Boy B. Ria joined this group led by Daryl Gorra.
Another four (4) students pledged to use PHP with Code Ignited which is a powerful framework with a very small footprint, built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create a full-featured web. These students are under Celso Genive: June Rose F. Cabading, Kenn Patrick N. Cañoniyo, Reggie Chavez, and Jade O. Laguna.
The students will be developing specific systems, guidelines, policies, and training modules for adaptation and implementation after they complete the required 486 OJT hours. Activities related to this industry immersion will be managed by Percival Pasuelo, IT Officer II, City Mayor’s Office - Information and Communications Technology Division (CMO-ICTD).