15th Annual UO Eugene Luks Programming Competition
On Saturday morning April 9, Deschutes Room 100 was a hub of activity with the 15th Annual UO Eugene Luks Programming Competition. There were 6 graduate student teams and 9 undergrad teams for a total of 39 students participating. The teams are given five problems and have three hours to write programs which can solve the problems correctly. This is a fun event as well as challenging the students' programming skills, and everyone seemed to have a great time. The winning grad team solved four of the five problems. First and second place teams are:
First Place: Drew Bruce, Austin Lally, Thomas Miyata
Second Place: Michael Beardsworth, Dylan Carter, Sean Garrett
First Place: Shangpu Jiang, Yunfeng Zhang
Second Place: Luke Maurer, Tom Stellard
Pipeworks sponsored prizes and food for the contest.
More details, photos, and the contest problems can be found at http://www.cs.uoregon.edu/Activities/Luks_Programming_Contest/.