Students take third place in coding competition

A team of UVic students captured third place among all Canadian teams participating in the IEEE 24-hour coding competition in October. Eleven UVic students from computer science, software engineering and electrical engineering, comprising four teams, competed in the worldwide online challenge, which involved 4,000 IEEE student members competing to solve a set of programming problems using C, C++, Java, or other programming languages. The top UVic team, IslandVikingCoders, completed ten problems. The other UVic teams all completed six problems. More:

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