Google Code Jam 2009

Secção dedicada à linguagem de programação favorita dos quarkianos: Python!

Google Code Jam 2009

Mensagempor Tharis em Terça Set 01, 2009 3:39 pm

Code Jam is back!

Registration is now open for Google Code Jam 2009. First sign up, then work on some practice problems by clicking on one of last year's rounds. Start with last year's qualification round; you'll face a similar round this year. If you're having trouble, or just want to chat about the problems, you can discuss all things Code Jam on our Google Group.
How it works

Each problem will have two input/output sets, one small and one large. Small and large sets have different submission rules:

Small Input/Output Sets: After downloading your small input file, you'll have four minutes to run your program on our input and submit the output (along with your source code). If you take too long or output the wrong answer, the attempt will be marked as incorrect. You may attempt to solve the input/output set again, but you need to download a new input file (which may have different test cases). You'll know immediately if your answer was correct.

Large Input/Output Sets: After downloading the large input file, you have eight minutes to submit the output and your source code. There is only one input file, but you can submit as many times as you wish during the eight minutes. Your last submission counts as your final answer. You'll find out if your answer was correct after the contest.

Uploading/Viewing Source Code: You must upload all source code used to solve each input/output set at the same time you are submitting your solution. For example, if you generate code automatically, submit the generator. You cannot submit your source code files after the contest. At the end of the contest, any user can view all of the source code submitted. Both the administrators and other contestants should be able to reproduce your output using your source code. See the rules for more details.
Scoring

For each input you solve correctly, you get the number of points indicated for that input. If there is a tie in points, the person with the lowest penalty time wins.

Penalty Time = Submission time of the last input you correctly solve (time is measured from start of contest) + four minutes for each incorrect small submission (only for small inputs you eventually solve)


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


Este é a maior competição de programação do mundo até porque está aberto a toda a gente! :D

Podem programar na linguagem que quiserem, desde Brainf**k a Python! :mrgreen:

Apesar de estar a postar isto um bocado em cima da hora, espero que não seja o único Quarkiano a participar... A qualification round começa Quinta-Feira às 00:00 em ponto, hora portuguesa. Desde que resolvam um small input e um large input, estão automaticamente qualificados para a ronda seguinte.

Quem tiver dúvidas pode postar aqui ou ir ao IRC #p@p no irc.ptnet.org pedir ajuda. Infelizmente vou estar de viagem e não vou participar (alguém irá fazer a minha qualification round... :inocent:), que à partida será fácil. Será mesmo para filtrar quem vai participar ou quem se inscreve para encher chouriços. :)


Regards ;)
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Re: Google Code Jam 2009

Mensagempor jap em Quarta Set 02, 2009 7:43 pm

Força nesse concurso! :XD
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