Hash Code Competition 2018, Google
Hash Code is a team programming competition organized by Google. You pick your team and programming language, they pick a Google engineering problem for you to solve.
For each round of the competition there will be presented a problem and your team will write a program that generates a solution. Your team can submit as many solutions as you'd like using the online Judge System, and a live scoreboard will let you know how you stack up against the competition. Top scoring teams will win cool Google prizes, because of course you can’t host a programming competition without something to work for! Convinced? Sign up today for Hash Code 2018.
Hash Code is open to university students and industry professionals in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Participants compete in teams of two to four. Registration is free of charge and will close on 26th February 2018 at 18:00 CET.
Online Qualification Round
Your team will be tasked with solving a challenge created by Google engineers using your own computer and programming language and tools of your choice. For this round, your team can compete from wherever you’d like, including from one of our Hash Code hubs.
What do I need to participate?
How will I receive information?
How should I prepare?
Participants and teamsHash Code is open to university students and industry professionals in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. You must be over the legal age of your country of residence and at least over 18 years of age at the date of the Online Qualification Round. Your team can consist of two, three or four members and team composition cannot be changed after the Online Qualification Round has begun. Some participants may leave your team, but a team which has only one remaining participant is automatically disqualified.
For the Final Round, Google team will award cool Google prizes to the three teams with the highest scores. Every participant will also get a certificate of qualification to the Final Round and a gift bag.
Google team expects your team to have a positive attitude during the contest. In particular, your team should not take any action that would prevent other teams from taking part in the contest. For instance, attempts to overload the Judge System, saturate the local Wifi, create disturbance, or interfere with devices of other participants may cause your team to be disqualified. Similarly, your team should not try to disturb or distract members from other teams. Your team must make a reasonable use of the resources provided to them by Google.
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