ACM Battle of the Bits 2015

UVa Virtual Contest

ACM’s third annual intramural programming contest is here!!

THE BATTLE OF THE BITS

Friday, May 15th
10:30am-4:00pm
CS-202

Compete in teams of up to three to solve the most programming problems within a five hour time limit.

Each member of the top three teams will receive cash:
First place: $50
Second: $25
Third: $15

Don’t have a team in mind? We’ll match you with a team, or you can compete solo.

Fill out our pizza poll so we know what kinds of pizza to get!

See you at the terminal!

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March Contest and February Problem Set

Edit:  Here’s the contest link.

Join Dr. Wortman for our next “mini” programming contest on Friday March 13th, 1:30-4:30pm in CS202. Please take part in our poll if your interested in attending.

Compete in teams of up to three to solve the most programming problems within a 2 1/2 hour time limit. Check out last months problems (in the readme) and the solutions on GitHub. If you have solutions, please add them following these instructions.

Don’t have a team in mind? We’ll match you with a team, or you can compete solo.

See you at the terminal!

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SCaLE 2015

February 21-22 is the Southern California Annual Linux Expo (SCaLE). Please take part in the poll if you are planning on attending. We will then organize a carpool and send an email with more info.

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Spring 2015 Semester Update

This semester we’re having monthly “mini” contests. Compete in teams of up to three to solve the most programming problems within a 2 1/2 hour time limit. Check out previous problems and the solutions on GitHub.

Join Dr. Wortman for our first “mini” contest Friday Feb. 13th, 2:00-5:00pm in CS202.

Don’t have a team in mind? We’ll match you with a team, or you can compete solo.

See you at the terminal!

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Practice Problems over Thanksgiving

This week we have 2 practice problems. You can do whichever one you’d prefer, or both!

Here’s the links:  Full Board Problem, Light Switches Problem

Check out our recent problems: this weeks problem or view last week’s and the solutions on GitHub.

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SoCal Contest Results 2014

The results are up! Congratulations to all the teams that competed.

  • CSUF-Dr. Pepper Team placed 55/86 and solved 1 problem
  • CSUF-Beta placed 67/86, solving 1 problem
  • CSUF-Delta tied for place 70/86 solving 0 problems

For the complete results, as well as this year’s problems, head to the SoCal contest homepage.

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Fall 2014 Semester Update

ICPC practices are back!

Join Dr. Wortman Thursdays 2:45-3:45pm in CS-306.

If you can’t make it, we have alternate meetings without Dr. Wortman Wednesdays 3-4pm in CS-306.

Check out this weeks problem or view last week’s and the solutions on GitHub.

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ACM Battle of the Bits 2014

ACM’s second annual intramural programming contest is here!!

THE BATTLE OF THE BITS

Friday, May 23rd
11:30am-5:00pm
CS-202

Compete in teams of up to three to solve the most programming problems within a five hour time limit.

Each member of the top three teams will receive a gift card to Amazon.com:
First place: $50
Second: $25
Third: $15

The winning team will also have their team name immortalized on the Hall of Champions plaque.

Don’t have a team in mind? We’ll match you with a team, or you can compete solo.

See you at the terminal!

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SCaLE

February 21-23 is the Southern California Annual Linux Expo (SCaLE). If you haven’t registered already it’s not too late. Please take part in the poll if you are planning on attending. We will then send you an email with more info.

Please visit us on Facebook to let us know which days you are attending so we can organize a carpool.

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Spring 2014 Semester Update

ICPC practices are back!

Join Dr. Wortman Thursdays 3:00-4:00pm in CS-306.

Check out this weeks problem or view last week’s and the solutions on GitHub.

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