Easy Prey

10Apr15
Easy Prey: Solve twenty-five of the fifty easiest problems

Easy Prey: Solve twenty-five of the fifty easiest problems


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The Advent Programming Contest 2014, organized by the IEEE Student Branch Klagenfurt will provide a new problem every day from December 1st to December 24th. On Saturdays and Sundays, new problems will appear at 12:00 Central European Time, on workdays at 18:00 CET. You can submit solutions any day until the contest ends on December 26[th]. You can choose to use C, C++, Java, Python or Perl as programming language.

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Until a solution is correct you can submit your program as often as you want (but please don’t spam our server).

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The event is open to everyone. If you want to participate, please register at http://mooshak.nes.aau.at/

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This is an individuals competition, not a team contest – be fair!
You can also join the contest after 1st December, registration is possible until December 24[th].

– Wilfried Elmenreich

Source: Advent Programming Contest 2014 [Self-Organizing Networked Systems, 1st December 2014]


Mini Ludum Dare 54, organised by Arthur Ward Jr., has begun; the theme is “it’s a race!”


Ludum Dare 30

23Aug14

Ludum Dare 30 has begun; the theme is “Connected Worlds”.


Level 2

19Aug14
Level 2: Solved 50 problems

Level 2: Solved 50 problems


Mini Ludum Dare 53, organised by Richard Pretzelhands, has begun; the theme is “the future is now”.


I’ve just received my statement of accomplishment – with Distinction (105.6%) – for Programming for Everybody (Python).


Acolyte

18Jun14

I’ve just achieved the rank of “acolyte” at CodeAbbey for solving five problems.


Mini Ludum Dare 52 – “The Retro Challenge!” – organised by Scott Lawrence has begun.


I’ve just received my statement of accomplishment – with Distinction (100%) – for An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python.




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