ACM’s second annual intramural programming contest is here!!
THE BATTLE OF THE BITS
Friday, May 24th
Compete in teams of 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
The winning team will also have their team name immortalized on the Hall of Champions plaque.
Register now! Don’t have a team in mind? Register anyway! We’ll match you with a team, or you can compete solo.
See you at the terminal!
ACM and the CS department present
Saimak Kalhor on Search Engine Optimization
Monday 3/25 2:30-4:30pm in the TSU theater
Saimak Kalhor founded the internet marking company Cyberset. The talk should be interesting for anyone with an interest in web development.
ICPC practices are back!
Join Dr. Wortman Tuesdays 2:30-3:30pm in CS-202.
Check out this weeks problem or view last week’s and the solutions on GitHub.
If you can’t make Tuesdays, there are informal meetings on Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 in CS-202.
The results are up! This was CSUF’s best year yet. Congratulations to all the teams that competed, but especially CSUF-B who placed 16th overall!
- CSUF-B placed 16/75 and solved 4 problems– a CSUF record!
- CSUF-A placed 40/75, solving 2
- CSUF-Super Ultra Funtime placed 44/75, solving 2
- CSUF-netcats placed 50/75, solving 2
For the complete results, as well as this year’s problems, head to the SoCal contest homepage.
The moment we’ve been training for is here!
The SoCal Regional Programming Contest
Saturday, November 10
This year, we’re sending four teams. Wish them luck!
CSUF-Super Ultra Funtimes!
For more details on the contest, check out the official SoCal ICPC site.
Looking to test your coding skills? Mark your calendars:
ACM CSUF PROGRAMMING CONTEST
Saturday, September 29
Eight problems. Five hours. Compete in teams!
Check out the Facebook event for updates!
This semester, ACM has two weekly events:
- ICPC Programming Contest
- Hacking and Security Group
Head over to our Activities page to learn more!
Attention: Computer Science or Software Engineering Master’s students seeking a part time job at CSUF (20 hr during semester or 25 hr for summer).
If you are interested in the job then forward your resume to Carlos Reynosa (email@example.com) with the subject title “CSUF Part Time Web Masters Student Job Opportunity.”
In need of someone to fill this job ASAP! CSUF ACM club members are very much welcome. The only restriction for this job is that the person applying needs to be a Master’s Student within the school.
What’s the measure of your coding skills?
With your team of THREE programmers, test your mettle in a gauntlet of ACM programming challenges.
Anyone can compete.
Join us the Friday of finals week for four hours of competitive coding.
Stay tuned for updates on prizes.
Register your team now:
Date: January 20-22, 2012
Location: Hilton Airport Hotel in LA
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