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Google is arranging programming contest in India.
Google Code Jam
First Prize: Rs 3,00000
Enjoy
 
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This is not for me.
 
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Thanks. I've registered. Would be a great fun. :roll:
 
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Are you guys able to log in using the applet/web start. I am getting Could not connect to server even though I have followed all steps.
 
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The winners for Google Code jam Asia contest:
Ardian K Poernomo ----- Singapore(Rs 300000)
Pascal Alfadian --------Indonesia (Rs 200000)
Rajsekar Manokaran ----- Chennai,India(Rs 125000)
Nishant Redkar --------- Mumbai,India (Rs 75000)
Sreeram Ramachandran -----Singapore (Rs 50000)

 
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How many from JR participated. 4 of 5 were students. What abt IT professionals ? Looks like after one enters the industry he/she becomes dull.
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Many people to whom I asked were not interested as they thought these problems don't carry any practical importance and are good for students.
 
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