ANZAC Programming League 2013 (call for teams)

06 March 2013

The Department of Computer Science will host the ANZAC 2013 Programming League at University of Auckland again this year.  The event takes place on selected Saturdays, starting on 23-Mar-2013 and is planned as a warm-up to prepare for future programming contests.

This year the head judge expects to add more easy-level problems to the 5-hour problem sets, in addition to challenging ones that were predominant for the last few ANZAC contests (rounds).

There are no costs involved for students. The ANZAC Programming League web site below has more information:
Website: www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~elgindyh/anzac13/home.htm

The Auckland events will be held in the First Floor Tutorial Laboratory (FTL in 303) from 2pm-7pm.

The competing teams can be composed for personal learning purposes or to prepare you for the NZ and ACM contests held in Semester 2. If you are interested but don't have a team, we can try to form compatible teams during the first few rounds of the league.

Think of the ANZAC Programming League as a Bowling League where one practices programming mainly for pleasure in orderto get better (more efficient). You don't have to compete in all rounds or be on the same teams throughout the year.
 

If you are interested in participating, please email the names of teams (up to 3 members) as soon as possible to:
Michael Dinneen
Email: mjd@cs.auckland.ac.nz