WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!
Thank you everyone who attended, volunteers, and Synopsys for another successful Calgary Collegiate Programming Contest. Copious amounts of caffine were consumed by the teams. Many fought hard to get their final placements.
But in the end, there were a few teams that stood out above the rest. Thus, the official results!
|Div 1||1st||"Eyjafjallajökull"||Tony Cai,Victor Zheng|
|Div 1||2nd||Ualberta Green||Yunpeng Tang, Kevin Gordon,Morgan Redshaw|
|Div 1||3rd||++C -std=gnu++17||Jason Cannon, Jesse Farebrother, Zachariah Goldthorpe|
|Div 2||1st||Green Hat||Bingxuan Li, Chu Qiao, Wenzhang Qian|
|Div 2||2nd||UAPS||Arseniy Kouzmenkov, Jacob Paton, Joseph Meleshko|
Full results can be found at Kattis Contest Page
Gallery with pictures of the contest to come up soon! For now, that's all folks!
Competitive Programming Club (CPC) with the help of Arcuve as official sponsor, is once again hosting the Alberta Collegiate Programming Contest (ACPC). We hope you can join us this October 14th from 10AM to 6PM. We will be serving coffee and lunch, and a talk by Arcurve. We have two divisions, so we strongly encourage first year students to test their skills in the contest.
The deadline to register for the contest is Oct 12th, but capacity is limited and has historically sold out! With that being said, you can register and find full contest details by clicking through the official poster or buttons above!
** Please note not all languages may be able to produce a solution to some questions.
Welcome back! The club wishes everyone the best in their semester. We have a lot of events in store so check back for updates.
Join our mailing list to ensure you don't miss out on updates and event sign-ups. We are also having our first meeting September 20th at 6pm in MS 160. See you then!
Officially this semester, Problem Solving Club (PSC) is renaming itself as Competitive Programming Club (CPC). This name change came about as a decision to better reflect the Club's history, mission, and competitive spirit. We still look forward to helping the undergraduate computer science base at large. But we are focusing more than ever on instilling an attitude of learning and improving one's programming skills, especially in a competitive environment.
Stop by at one of our meetings to check out what competitive programming is about. Beginner or expert, we have content in store to appeal to everyone. You'll improve your interview and programming skills at the very least!
Congratulations to all of the leaderboard winners. These students have
completed the most competitive programming problems over the course of the
Winter 2017 semester. The first and second place winners won a lunch with the
CTO of Arcurve Inc.