Calgary Collegiate Programming Contest
About the Calgary Collegiate Programming Contest
The Calgary Collegiate Programming Contest (CCPC) is being held to expose students to the world of competitive programming. This event is open to Calgary-area students. We encourage all students studying a computer-related field in a post-secondary institution to attend!
- We have our room booking confirmed. The contest will be held in MS 211. The practice contest will begin at 3:30 PM. See the schedule for complete details!
- The rule regarding the size of teams has been relaxed. We will allow any teams of size up to 3 to participate. That is, either 1, 2, or 3 people per team.
Today is the CCPC! If you have any contest questions, please address them via the contest web page. If you have organizational questions, contact Sean. If you are unsure if you want to come, show up for the free pizza and see what competitive programming is all about.
If you want to participate, either send Sean an email or simply show up to the contest. Good luck to all competitors!
Thanks to everybody who participated! The official results are on the contest web page.
We will be hosting two contests at this event.
The practice contest will be held first to show new competitors what will be asked of them. There will be 2 problems and 1 hour to complete them. This event is not mandatory, but is highly recommended for new competitors.
The main contest will be held second. Here, we will give competitors 6 problems and 4 hours to complete them. Competitors will be awarded based on their performance in this contest.
We will be offering a free pizza dinner to all competitors between the two contests.
Tuesday, September 19
||3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
||4:30 PM to 5:00 PM
||5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
||9:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Except for dinner, all events will be held in MS 211. Dinner will be served at the CSUS office, MS 224. No food or drinks are allowed in MS 211.
MS 211 is on the second floor of the Math Sciences building. On this map, MS can be found on the northeast corner of campus.
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Contact us.
This contest is hosted by CSUS and the UofC ACM Programming Contest Chapter, organized by Sean McIntyre (CSUS, VP External), and the technical director is Sonny Chan.
Page maintained by Sean McIntyre
Last updated on September 19, 2006