Interested in becoming a PSC executive?
You will learn how an organization works internally,
how to plan and prepare for events as a team, network with sponsors,
and earn CCR hours. From working with the CPSC department to hosting
workshops, you’ll pick up many new skills as an executive.
As an executive, you will attend weekly Wednesday meetings, aid in preparing for programming contests (CCPC & ACPC), help new members get settled in, and learn the ins and outs of what makes us the Problem Solving Club. Along with that, you can help out with workshops, and possibly work on our website, leaderboard, or anything else that you are interested in.
Please apply by January 31, 2017 in order to be considered for a position.
This Wednesday, November 16, Dr. Hoyer will be teaching a session on
Dynamic programming problems are quite prevalent in both programming contests and in technical interviews at companies like Facebook, Google, Microsoft, etc., so having a good understanding will make you really stand out.
To give perspective, there were two dynamic programming problems in the last ACPC, and the top 3 teams were the ones who were able to solve those problems. Understanding how to solve these problems might make the difference between placing 15th and in the top 3.
Registration for the ACPC is now open. We are hosting two divisions so all levels of experience are welcome. Space is limited, so sign up early! The deadline for signing up is Wednesday, October 12. A big thanks to Arcurve for sponsoring this contest.
The CCPC turnout was a huge success. To our surprise, the entire event sold out with a total of 150 participants. Thank you Synopsys for sponsoring and helping us organize the event.
The winner for Division 1 was team Too Cool to Have a Name, and in Division 2, the winner was team Anesun.
The CCPC is just around the corner! This year we are hosting 2 divisions so all levels of experience is welcome. Registration is free. Lunch will be provided and Synopsys is sponsoring the contest. So don't hold back and sign up before Thursday, March 10.