consortium for computing sciences in colleges : central plains
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Are your students the best in the land? Or at least in the Central Plains conference? Find out by entering CCSC:CP's annual Programming Contest!! But first, just to prepare you for the rigors ahead, you can scope out the (potential) competition, by seeing how participants fared, in 2016.
Generally, there must be exactly 3 students per team, but an institution may have one team of 2 students. No more than one graduate student per team is allowed. Team members must be enrolled for at least 6 hours at their institution.
The official contest languages are C, C++, Java and Python.
One computer with the following:
Multiple Teams From Same School:
The goal of the contest is to have participation from as many schools as possible. No “second teams” will be entered unless all schools wanting to participate have sent at least one team. In that case, “second teams” will be accepted in the order of registration. No “third teams” will be accepted until all teams wanting to send a second team have done so. We do not anticipate room for any fourth teams.
We will be using the ACM ICPC rules.
There will be a $20 per team member registration fee. Each member of a programming team MUST be registered INDIVIDUALLY in order to expedite the registration process and ensure participation. Fees may be paid on the conference registration site or by cash or check on the day of the conference. The fee covers Saturday’s luncheon, snacks, copying, and other costs of conducting the programming contest.