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IDI Open Programming Contest

IDI Open Programming Contest

On saturday 14th of April, 49 teams of up to three programmers competed in the IDI Open programming contest. Each team managed to solve at least two of the nine problems presented in the contest.

Java the ^, a student team (Erik Axel Nielsen, Rune Fevang, and Ruben Spaans) from IDI, solved nine of nine problems and won the contest. Stuff thinkers won 2nd place and Nanashi won 3rd place.

Find more information on the highscore list and on the IDI Open 2007 web page. The event was sponsored by Fast.


By: Kai Torgeir Dragland     Published: 16.04.2007     
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