April 2011 Programming Contest

posted by: Ms. Martin 13 March 2011 4 Comments

Join us at UW April 16th for a programming competition!  Garfield students from both Creative Computing and AP Computer Science have a history of doing very well at these and I hope we can make another good showing this time around.

Register your team of 2-3 today.

Java developers: download the API
Python developers: download the API (for 2.6)

Practice:

  • April 2009 contest – the problem number indicates how many points it is worth.  For example, problem 2.1 is worth two points while 9.1 is worth 9 points.  Naturally, the higher the point value, the harder the problem!  I recommend 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.6, 9.3 and 9.6 to practice skills we’ve specifically worked on.  Data files.  Extra data files.
  • Fall 2008 contest – the problem number indicates how many points it is worth.  For example, problem 2.1 is worth two points while 9.1 is worth 9 points.  Naturally, the higher the point value, the harder the problem!  I recommend 2.5, 2.6, 5.1, 5.4, 5.7, 9.1 and 9.8
  • Spring 2010 contest – this will be the format for this contest: all problems are worth 60 points. Data files
  • Advanced problems

 

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