High School Programming Contest – Saturday, Feb 15th!
Sponsored by AwesomeMath (https://www.awesomemath.org/)
If you want to post a flyer at your school/workplace, use this one: Flyer. Thanks!
We are expecting huge participation! Please register up to 8 teams per school at http://bit.ly/hspc_utd.
or, if you have difficulties accessing the page, just send email to email@example.com
stating: School Name, Coach, Phone #, Number of Advanced level teams & Number of Novice level teams.
Fee: FREE (thanks to our sponsor AwesomeMath – https://www.awesomemath.org/)
All students, parents & coaches are expected to download the talent release form from http://www.utdallas.edu/communications/docs/talent_release.pdf, print, sign and bring it to the contest so that we can take photos and post a photo album in UTD website after the contest is over.
10:00a Assemble/paperwork @ Clark Center CN 1.112
10:15a Meet Program Head Dr. Gupta for a short presentation.
10:40a Practice contest begins ECSS 2.103/104
11:30a Pizza and soft drinks for lunch (sponsored by AwesomeMath)
12:00p Main Contest Begins (3 hrs)
3:00p Discussion of problems and Prizes (sponsored by AwesomeMath) in Clark Center CN 1.112
3:30p Dismiss all.
We will use PC^2 as usual and we expect to provide Java 1.7, minGW g++,
and Microsoft Visual Studio C,C++,C#. IDEs include minGW, Eclipse, and NetBeans.
3 hours, 6 to 8 problems, 1 UTD Computer, 3 students per team.
I'm sure that you already know that problem sets and test data for recent high school contests are at:
And the judges' test data are at:
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org