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Does anyone have good programming problems (well described) or link for graduate students to perform pair programming? The problems can be for 2 to 10 hours work. Many thanks.

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Actually I don't know of a single programming task that wouldn't be appropriate for pair programming.
 
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I dont know what the policy about plugging other sites is, so moderators, feel free to delete this post

You can look at topcoder.com. They have a lot of programming challenges on there. You could borrow some problems from them. I guess you will need their permission though, and I am skeptical that they will let you have the puzzles for free
 
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thanks for your reply.
 
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Originally posted by Jayesh Lalwani:
I dont know what the policy about plugging other sites is, so moderators, feel free to delete this post



No problem with that!

Simon, you might also want to take a look at our Programming Diversions Forum.
 
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Ilja,

That helps a lot. Thanks.

Simon
 
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