Today I took five students from Hendrix to Fort Smith to compete in the Mid-Central USA Regional of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). Both teams solved five out of ten problems, and finished second and fourth out of 18 teams at our site (23rd and 25th out of 121 teams in the whole region). I’m really proud of them!
A lot of fun was had by all. Thanks to Andrew Mackey and the rest of the folks at UAFS for hosting a great contest!
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