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2016 MC Programming Competition

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April 29, 2016

Results

Place

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Introduction Teams


1

Clarksburg High School

Poolesville High School


Clarksburg High School



2

Richard Montgomery High School


Poolesville High School



3

Poolesville High School

Quince Orchard  / Wootton High Schools

Richard Montgomery High School


 Clarksburg High School






Date: Friday, April 29th

Time: 2:30 pm – 7:00 pm

 

Agenda

2:30 - 3:30 pm Registration - SC 4th floor (hallway outside of SC404/SC406)

3:30 - 4:00 pm Orientation - SC 4th floor SC404, SC406

4:00 - 5:30 pm Competition - SC 4th floor SC408, SC416, SC424, SC428

5:30 - 6:00 pm Pizza - SC124, SC125

6:00 - 6:30 pm Guest Speaker - SC125

6:30 - 7:00 pm Award Ceremony - SC124

 

Where: 51 Mannakee Street, Rockville, Maryland 20850

Sience  Building (SC), Fourth Floor, Rockville campus, Montgomery College

Rockville 

 

Overview

The Engineering, Physical and Computer Science Department of Montgomery College, Maryland is proud to host the 2016 Programming Competition. This event brings talented high school students from Washington metropolitan area to participate in a programming competition using the Java programming language. Each team will demonstrate its programming skills and problem-solving abilities by developing solutions to a number of programming problems. There is no cost to participate in the competition. The duration of the competition is 90 minutes. Java API documentation will be available for access on local computers. Teams will NOT be allowed to use books or other resources. Each team will be assigned with one computer. The registration deadline is April 8 (Friday) via e-mail to : MCProgrammingCompetition@montgomerycollege.edu

Registration

To register teams for a competition please email the  following information to MCProgrammingCompetition@montgomerycollege.edu by April 8, 2016

  • Coach Name/Chaperon Name (Coach or Chaperon should be school employee)
  • Coach email address/Chaperon email address
  • Total Number of teams  (Maximum 8 teams, 2 students per team)
  • List of teams, team members and each team level. There are two levels: Introduction and Advanced

RegistrationInstructions:


 

Competition information

System: IBM PC running Microsoft Windows

Compiler/Editor/IDE: TextPad, Eclipse, and JDK 1.8

Programming: Teams are expected to develop character-based (command line) programs. No GUI features will be needed.

Eclipse Documentations  

Programming Competition Details

Samples of Problems from Competition 2015


 

Organizers/Contacts:

Department of Engineering, Physical, and Computer Science

Nawal Benmouna, PhD, Department Chair

nawal.benmouna@montgomerycollege.edu

Alla Webb, PhD 

 

Alla.Webb@montgomerycollege.edu

Greg Grinberg, PhD

Grigoriy.Grinberg@montgomerycollege.edu

Thomas (Tom) Warning, Instructional Lab Manager

Thomas.Warning@montgomerycollege.edu

Bonita F. Bennett, Administrative Aide II

Bonita.Bennett@montgomerycollege.edu

 

Sponsored by:

  Official Murach's Logo

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GT STEP Logo


 

 
03/08/2016 by Dr. Greg Grinberg Montgomery College
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Montgomery College

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