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December 20, 2011: ACM Queue Launches Online Programming Challenge

Today's Topic: ACM Queue Launches Online Programming Challenge

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

ACM Queue Magazine is offering an online programming competition based on the 2011 International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC) Challenge problem. The Queue ICPC Challenge consists of a game called "Coercion" in which participants code "players" in C++, C#, Java, Python or JavaScript to compete with other programmers. Participants will have four weeks to develop their players, and can compete against preliminary players. The game begins January 15 and ends at midnight GMT February 12, and is open to all ACM Queue readers. To enter the game, please register for a free ACM Web account if you do not already have one, or sign in if you do have one.