Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Google launches European coding competition

CNET News.com
Google is reaching out to the European software development community with its first Code Jam programming competition in Europe.

For the next three weeks, European programmers can register at the Code Jam Web site, to be tested later on a programming language of their choice.

The competition begins May 23 when contestants will be given a series of questions to answer in a given amount of time. Submissions will be judged by TopCoder and the best entries will move on to the next level.

By June 29, after three rounds of competition, the remaining 50 contestants will be flown to Dublin to compete for 30,000 euros ($38,000) in cash and prizes.

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