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IIUM Code Jam 2016

UPDATE: The venue has been changed to TL-E5-01 due to air conditioning problem in LR 14.

IIUM Code Jam is back! With bigger prizes!CODEJAM4

  • Date: 3rd April 2016
  • Time: 9 AM to 3 PM.
  • Venue: LR 14, TL-E5-01, Kuliyyah of Information and Communication Technology, IIUM.
  • Registration fees: RM 20 per team.
  • Registration link: http://goo.gl/forms/KT8T4Mmv1b

This 3rd April, ICTSS Education Bureau together with Electrical Engineering Student’s Association (ECESA) is organizing the second IIUM Code Jam. This time around, there would be 8 problem to be solved in 3 hour. In case you don’t know what is IIUM Code Jam, IIUM Code Jam is basically a competitive programming competition modeled after the ACM-ICPC (International Collegiate Programming Contest). In this contest, teams of 3 will compete against each other in a contest that test their problem solving and programming skill. Each team will be given 8 problems of varying difficulties in which they will have to solve through programming. The team that solve most problem win.

Look at the baloons
Look at the baloons

Last year, 12 teams compete against each other within 3 hours. In the end, team “Error” emerge victorious with 5 question answered out of 8. Team “The Troj@an” and “no direction” won second and third place respectively while team “Potato” won the “All Sister Team Champion” award.

Prizes:

This year, IIUM Code Jam will have more prizes. In addition to the 4 prizes, we are adding 1 more category, the “Best Newcomer Team Award”. This category is eligible for teams in which none of the team member had entered any competitive programming before. Whats more, for each problem we are giving a complementary prize for the team that solves that particular problem first. So in total there would be 8 additional complementary prize. Additionally, the Champion team would receive 3 power-bank as special prizes. Of course, like last year, for each problem solved, regardless of time, each team will receive a balloon. In summary:

  • For every team:
    • A balloon for each problem solved per team.
    • A participation certificate for each team member.
    • A complementary prize for each problem if the team solve it first.
  • “Best Newcomer Team” award:
    • A medal for each team member.
    • A hamper.
  • “Best All Sister Team” award:
    • A medal for each team member.
    • A hamper.
  • Third place:
    • A medal for each team member.
    • A hamper.
  • Second place:
    • A medal for each team member.
    • A bigger hamper than third place’s hamper.
  • Champion:
    • A medal for each team member.
    • A bigger hamper than second place’s hamper.
    • 3x Power-bank.
    • The ability to say “We won IIUM Code Jam 2016″.

Registration

You can register online through the link below or at our booth in KICT and KOE. Last date for registration is 31st March. Please contact us (contact number below) if you have any difficulties in registration.

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Want to compete, but don’t know how?

That is perfectly fine. The contest is designed for most student in mind. As long as you have basic C++ or Java skill, you should be fine. The day before the contest, each team is required to attend a “mock contest” in which each team will try out the contest environment with test questions. In addition to that, you may want to check out the link below which explain the basic rules on how do this contest work. Additionally, we may have a weekly unofficial training. Please join the Facebook group and subscribe to the mailing list for news regarding the training.

Rules and Regulation for IIUM Code Jam

  • 3 undergraduate student per team regardless of kuliyyah, although student from KICT and KOE will be given priority.
  • We will follow basic ACM ICPC rules except for the one specified here.
  • All team member must be present at the day of the competition.
  • The team must be present during the “mock contest” the day before the competition.
  • Each team will be given 3 hour and 8 problem to be solved.
  • The programming language that will be used are C/C++ (GCC) and Java.
  • Each team are allowed to bring 25 page of reference. The page can be of anything you want.
  • Each team can also bring 2 books. The book must be handed over for approval during the “mock contest”. Example of allowed books are programming language reference and books about algorithms.
  • Each team may be required to bring one (and only one) laptop. Please make sure the laptop have access to the internet through LAN(preferably) or WIFI.
  • Each team may also bring an additional keyboard if they choose to. The keyboard must not be programmable.
  • The organizer reserve the right to change any rules if necessary.

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