Winter 2011 Programming Competition
Given a computer and 4 hours, how many of the contest problems can you write programs to solve? How many can others? Check out the
scoreboard to watch their progress!

Programming Competition March 27, 1:005:30pm!
Given a computer and 4 hours, how many of the contest problems can you write programs to solve?
 When: Sunday March 27, 2011
 Location: ITD415
 Time: come at 1pm to register
 Contest is from 1:305:30
 Languages: Java, C, C++
Followed by Pizza, Refreshments, and Prizes in ITD405.
Make the world (or at least UNB) tremble before your awesome
problemsolving and programming skills! Win prizes and bragging rights!
Sponsored by the UNB Faculty of Computer Science and the IEEE.

APICS 2010 Programming Competition
Congratulations to UNB's programming teams for competing well at the 2010 APICS ACM Programming Competition! Our teams placed 4th and 5th this year, narrowly knocked out of 3rd place by a lastminute submission.

Fall 2010 Programming Competition
Given a computer and 4 hours, how many of the contest problems can you write programs to solve? Several challengers gave it a try! Congratulations to all the participants and to the winners.
For those who wish to practice, the problem set and the judging data is available.
Sponsored by the UNB Faculty of Computer Science and the IEEE.

Programming Club Regular Weekly Meetings
With the start of a new term, the programming club is resuming their
regular weekly gatherings. For the Fall 2010 term we will be meeting
on Thursdays from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in Gillin Hall room C112. Come on
out and improve your programming skills! Everyone is welcome!

Fall 2010 Undergraduate Programming Contest
We will be holding our Fall programming competition in just a few weeks! Keep checking the web page for details.

Winter 2010 Undergraduate Programming Contest
We held our competition on March 13, to great success! Over a dozen competitors
dove into the 7 problems. We have the results
available, and you can check out the problems and judging data
to try the problems out yourself.
Much thanks to the IEEE, The Faculty of Computer Science and Geek Chic Boutique for sponsoership and prizes!
