|Programmers of the Future|
|Written by Iceland Review|
|Monday, 12 March 2012 18:00|
Around 120 high school students participated in Reykjavík University’s annual programming competition last Saturday. Forty-four teams from all over the country competed this year, a record number of participants. The competition is open to all high school students who are interested in programming, design and computers, mbl.is reports.
Reykjavík University. Photo by PS.
The competition is divided into three sections: the Leonard Hofstadter-section where participants solve several small projects and one large project which requires technical skill, possibly using a graphic user interface, a data base and internet programming; the Sheldon Cooper-section in which participants solve a number of small projects and a few larger projects which test their reasoning skills and implementation of solution methods; and the Howard Wolowitz-section which is for beginners and those who are interested in learning about programming.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 March 2012 01:05|