ACM Programming Contest

I have compited in the UCC ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest in first year (2010) and again in second year (2011), with my fellow teammates Carl Lange and Keith Cully. The ACM is a problem solving programming contest in which you are given 8 problems to solve in 4 hours with one computer and a team of three people. The type of problems range from complex search & sorting algothirms, prime numbers, fibonacci sequence etc.

Leanring out comes

I wrote up a piece about our experience at the ACM Irish Collegiate Programming Contest 2011 @UCC over at the Flax Project. You can also see a live JavaScript demo of a solution to one of the ACM problem I solved when we were practising for the event.

Live Demo

You can also see a live JavaScript demo of a solution to the “High Score ACM Problem” which I solved when we were practising for the event.


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