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24 HOURS - Nationwide online Programming Contest

 
 
Yash Agrawal
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      03-10-2008
Are you ready to tickle your grey cells with mind boggling algorithm
intensive programming challenge ??

If yes,
Watch out for 24 HOURS, the Nation wide Algorithm Intensive
Programming Contest brought to you by Computer Science Association
(BITS Pilani) and GOOGLE India.

24 Hours is an online programming contest where in you will be
provided with a real time programming problem from one of the most
emerging arenas of computer science. You are required to design
necessary algorithm to solve the problem, code it in any language of
your choice among C,C++ or JAVA with help of the API provided to you
and submit your solutions within 24 hours from the commencement of the
competition . This would be essentially a test for your endurance and
efficiency in real-time problem solving.

Contest starts at 1200 Hrs, 13th March, 2008 and is open to all
students across the country. No registration fee required.
Participants are expected to solve the questions to be provided on
www.bits-apogee.org/24hours and upload their solutions on the same on
or before 1200 Hrs, 14th March, 2008.

Compete with most competent minds in the country, code your way to
glory and win exciting prizes!!!


For details contact:
Yash Agrawal,
Joint Coordinator,
Computer Science Association
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed),
BITS, Pilani.
+919983526060
 
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