On December 9, 2019, in Prishtina was held the third Coding Challenge with the micro: bit device. 18 teams from Kosovo competed, and the team from the school "Bajram Curri" in Shtime won the first place. The second place was won by the school "Hasan Prishtina" from Pristina, while the third place was won by the team of the school "Emin Duraku" from Shtime.

Students Albion Mujota and Veton Salihu, created the winning project named "Water: bit". The aim of their project was to raise awareness of citizens about river pollution and help reduce the causes of pollution. By winning this challenge, they were given the opportunity to participate in a regional competition to be held in the Digital Summit for the Western Balkans, in April 2020 in Tirana.

The event was attended by Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Shyqiri Bytyqi, the British Ambassador in Kosovo Nicholas Abbott, as well as representatives of the Municipal Directorates of Education.