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KU Programming Competition to be Held on April 6

March 15, 2013

The KU chapter of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) will host its first Intramural Programming Competition at 11am on April 6 in the Computing Commons. The competition, sponsored by Arris, is open to all undergraduates. Ten programming challenges will be administered over five hours. Standard ACM competition judging criteria will be used. The top three finishers will receive a 13'' Macbook Air, an iPad and an iPad Mini, respectively. Lunch will be included.

If you register on the link by April 1, ACM will ensure that the compilers or interpreters for languages of your choice are preinstalled on the Linux machines in 1005B and 1005D. You may still register after April 1, but installation cannot be guaranteed. If you have any questions, please e-mail ACM.



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