UCALGARY PROBLEM SOLVING CLUB

UCALGARY PROBLEM SOLVING CLUB

It also organizes programming contest events at the University of Calgary and provides students with an outlet and opportunity to pursue knowledge of computer science and mathematics beyond that which is available in class. If you haven’t yet, please join the mailing list at: If anyone is interested in picking up a physical copy of Competitive We would like to commend all of your efforts! This is to be submitted in the assignment dropbox, under “Personal introduction”. You are each enrolled in one of the four TA labs. Lecture notes , video from MIT.

It is a team-based programming contest, so ga The leaderboard can be found here: Each quiz will take 30 minutes. We’ve received emails regarding solutions and they can be found at: Registration closes on October 12, so be sure to register your team before then! It is updated now with the right file. If you know the answer to a question, you are encouraged to post it but please do not give away hints for assignments or post part of solutions.

This is a team based contest, so find some friends and gather a team of up to 3 members for a better chance to win! Full results can be found at the official Kattis Contest Page: You can register at: Assignment 8 is due Tuesday, 3 April at 8: Kendra Wannamaker and Dante Bencivenga Discounts apply to print books and calendars only.

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We now have a discord channel! Join mailing list Join Discord server Get Wen’s code book. Here are the official results: End of Year Event Winter ! There will also be lunch and coffee served at the event, along with a talk by Synopsys.

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Kendra Wannamaker and Dante Bencivenga. Thanks for coming to our first meeting as the Competitive Programming Club! We’ll be hosting a cmd command line workshop this Friday, Feb 9 from 5: Everyone else is eligible.

Problem Solving Club

This will be a team based competition, solvung gather some friends and make a team of up to 3 people for a better chance to win! In addition, the classes will contain short quizzes and programming questions on https: We are a club that hosts programming contests, offering mentorship, and continuous support. Keep in mind that if you want to send an email, send it to psc. Welcome back to the winter semester!

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Thank you everyone who attended, volunteers, and Synopsys for another successful Calgary Collegiate Programming Contest. Thank you to everyone!

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For everyone else Registration closes on March 15, If you know the answer to a question, you are encouraged to post it but please do ucalagry give away hints clib assignments or post part of solutions.

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Include proposed or planned events, target demographics, explicit differences between similar organizations, or other relevant details. It is recommended that you read some of the resources indicated before the class. In Div 2 2nd place, team “Bullfrogs” consisting of: Some problems are easier than those you encountered in the coding challenges but some will be much harder and involving unknown concepts for you. Email or Phone Password Forgot account?

Some labs will be used for coding challenges. Roger Cao In Div 2 2nd place, team “Bullfrogs” consisting of: In-class project presentations on March It is updated now with the right file. Everyone else is eligible For more information about rules, prizing, eligibility, time, location, and more, please check the main contest page at: Like last year, we will be splitting the contest into two divisions: There will be some lecture notes posted from time to time, after the class.

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