Middlebury Teams Place First and Second at Programming Contest
October 18, 2014
Middlebury's programming teams placed first and second in the regional preliminary contest for the ACM ICPC (International Collegiate Programming Contest) at Clarkson University. Our teams beat 7 other teams from Clarkson U., St. Lawrence U., and SUNY Potsdam.
Congratulations to the team members:
1. Matei Epure '16, Paul Donnelly '15, and Tim Crocker '16 (programming in C / C++)
2. Norton Wong '15, Sherif Nada '16, and Davin Chia '17 (programming in Java)
Team one will advance to the Northeast Regional Final competition at RIT on Nov 15.
Middlebury team places second at spring 2014 programming contest
Middlebury's programming team placed second in the CCSCNE programming contest at Providence College. The team, consisting of Norton Wong (’15), Matei Epure (’16), and Matt Linkous (’17), took 2nd place out of 31 competing teams from colleges and universities around the northeast behind only a team from Clark University.
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