Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can.
Welcome to the Competitive Programming corner.
A bit of motivation . . .
Competitive programming fosters creativity, teamwork, and innovation in building new software programs, and enables students to test their ability to perform under pressure. Our motivations are to stimulate interest in computing science, bring together exceptionally talented students from various fields, and to have them share scientific and cultural experiences.
Our mission is to train students to perform well in various programming competitions, uphold an annually Israeli Programming Contest, and send the best teams to international programming contests.
Check out the Israeli Programming Contest page for details about the contest planned for the end of the Spring semester of 2011. This contest will determine the team to be sent by The Technion to the international ACM/ICPC contest.
Check out the ACM/ICPC pages for the rules of the ACM International Collegiate programming contest.
Check out Competitive Programming 234900 for details of the course held in the current semester (Spring 2011).