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Programming Competition

Posted in Science & Technology, Students & Campus Life
Sep 28, 2019

This competition is a local qualifier for the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition.

Come exercise your brain at this fun day of coding with your peers. The competition is a local qualifier for the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition.

Saturday, Sept. 28
9 am–4 pm
Spinks Addition Third Floor, Thorvaldson Building, 110 Science Pl.

Open to all students—undergraduate and graduate—in all disciplines, as well as to faculty and staff.

Prizes are available for the top undergraduate teams. The competition is divided into two categories: those who have completed second-year computer science (or equivalent), and those who haven’t.

Featuring door prizes and a free pizza lunch!

Info: jeff.long@usask.ca | (306) 966-4901

 


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