Monday, July 14, 2008

Google Code Jam 2008

Until Google Code Jam 08 Starts!

Programming whiz? Up for a challenge? Join the fun.

http://code.google.com/codejam/

About Code Jam.

Do you enjoy solving tough problems and grappling with technical challenges? Then enter Google Code Jam!

Google Code Jam is a coding competition in which professional and student programmers are asked to solve complex algorithmic challenges in a limited amount of time. The contest is all-inclusive: Google Code Jam lets you program in the coding language and development environment of your choice.

Google Code Jam begins in July and continues in August, when you will compete in online rounds against contestants from around the world. The Top 500 participants will advance to onsite competitions at a local Google office to compete against those in their region (Asia Pacific; Europe, Middle East and Africa; and the Americas). The Top 100 will participate in the final round at the Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California on Friday, November 14.

Don't be left out! Make sure to register between June 17 and July 17, and show your coding creativity in Google Code Jam.


Key Dates.

Jun 17Registration Begins
Jul 1624 hr Qualification Round Begins
Jul 17Registration Deadline
Jul 1724 hr Qualification Round Ends
Jul 25Online Round 1: Sub-Rounds Begin
Jul 31Online Round 1: Sub-Rounds End
Aug 2Online Round 2
Aug 9Online Round 3
Sep 22Onsite Locals - Asia Pacific
Sep 29Onsite Locals - Americas
Oct 6Onsite Locals - Europe, Middle East, Africa
Nov 14Onsite Finals

View Schedule details

Rules.

Make sure you know the competition format and rules, so you won't need to worry about them when you're competing against programmers from around the world.

View Contest Rules

Prize Overview.

The top 100 finalists will divide over $80,000 in prize money:

Competitor(s)Prize
1st Place$10,000
2nd Place$5000
3rd Place$2500
4th – 10th Place$1500
11th – 30th Place$1000
31st – 50th Place$750
51st – 75th Place$500
76th – 100th Place$250

View prize details

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