Russia Wins Computer-Programming Compitition

The Associate for Computer Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC) was recently held in San Antonio Texas.  The only college to place from the United States was MIT, and that was only 8th place.  Saratov State University in Russia placed first, along with four other Russian schools.  Jagiellonian University placed second in the competition, a team from the Netherlands won fourth place, a team from Chine took fifth, and Warsaw University took seventh. Each team member of Saratov State University  won $10,000 in scholarship, computer equipment from IBM, an event sponsor, and the world title.

The Associate for Computer Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC) was recently held in San Antonio Texas.  The only college to place from the United States was MIT, and that was only 8th place.  Saratov State University in Russia placed first, along with four other Russian schools.  Jagiellonian University placed second in the competition, a team from the Netherlands won fourth place, a team from Chine took fifth, and Warsaw University took seventh. Each team member of Saratov State University  won $10,000 in scholarship, computer equipment from IBM, an event sponsor, and the world title.

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