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ACM Programming Competition

April 8, 2014

The KU Association for Computing Machinery is happy to announce the date of its second annual Intramural Programming Competition for undergraduates at KU. On Saturday, April 19th, from 11:00am to 5:00pm, a collection of 10 programming problems of ascending difficulty will be administered over the period of 5 hours to test your knowledge of the science and skill in the craft of computation. Teams of individual students from all undergraduate levels are encouraged to compete for the cash, swag, and glory being given as prizes from our four corporate sponsors in our five prize categories. For prize specifics (and you'll want to know), technical specifics, and registration, check out the form here: http://bit.ly/1dxF0dP

Test yourself, network with developers and recruiters, eat free pizza, and most important of all, always have fun hacking. Any questions, direct them to KU ACM Chair, Alek Eskilson, aeskilson@ku.edu

ACM Intramural Programming Competition

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