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IEEEXtreme Programming Competition 4.0

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Date:

Information Session – September 23, 2010 from 6-7pm

Early Registration Deadline – September 27, 2010

Registration Deadline – October 8, 2010

Training Session – October 14, 2010 from 6-7pm Rescheduled with contestants

Competition – October 22, 2010 from 19:00 to October 23, 2010 at 18:59 Winnipeg Time

Location:

E2-393 EITC, Fort Garry Campus, University of Manitoba

Abstract:

Think you can code? On October 23, 2010, you can prove it! The IEEEXtreme Programming Competition 4.0, hosted by IEEE, is an innovative global online competition in which you and a team of up to two other IEEE Student Branch members can test your collective coding expertise simultaneously against other student programmers from around the world. Solve and win the world’s most Xtreme programming challenge and your team will be able to claim ultimate bragging rights, be recognized as some of the world’s top up-and-coming programmers, and win an all-expense-paid trip to the IEEE event or conference of the team’s choice – anywhere in the world! Other prizes will include cool gear from our sponsors.

Last year, the IEEE Winnipeg Section was well represented in this international competition with two teams from the University of Manitoba. Burke Libbey, Tim Herd, and Ryan Neufeld made up team “Fedaykin” that was supervised by Dr. Ken Ferens and finished 33rd overall. Team “Bisons” made up of Mark Roy, Stefan Penner (see picture), and Dario Schor placed 43rd overall and was supervised by Dr. Witold Kinsner.

Xtreme 4.0 Teams

  • Team 1: Mark Roy, Stefan Penner, and Dario Schor
  • Team 2: Liang He, Shuo Dong, and Kiral Poon
  • Team 3: Matthew Woelk, Matthew Sebastian, and Troy Denton
  • Team 4: Tim Herd, Matthew Connors, and Dustin Hildebrand
  • Team 5: Frank Serafin, Kane Anderson, and Pawel Glowacki

Prizes:

The winning team members claim ultimate bragging rights and are recognized as some of the world’s top up-and-coming programmers. Prizes include an all-expense-paid trip to the IEEE conference of your choice anywhere in the world and cool items from IEEEXtreme sponsors.

In addition to the grand prize the following prizes will be awarded:

  • 2nd place overall: Netbook for each team member
  • 3rd place overall: Netbook for each team member
  • 1st place in each region: Cool IEEE merchandise
  • All active participants: IEEEXtreme 4.0 t-shirt

Registration:

Contact Dario Schor (schor@ieee.org) for details on forming a team, getting proctors, and registering.

Teams registering before September 27th will be entered for a raffle to receive a free membership to IEEE and Computer Society for 2011 and access to the Computer Society Digital Library.

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