On Sunday, October 11th, from 12:30 - 5:30 pm we will hold the first team phase of the MIT ACM Programming contest in room 1-115. The goal of this contest is to help select a team of three students to represent MIT at the ACM International Programming Contest (see http://icpc.baylor.edu/icpc). You can come with a team, by yourself, as a pair, or however you like, and you are welcome even if you didn't compete last weekend. If you want to be on MIT's ACM team this year with a chance to compete at at the local regional levels and (we hope!) at the World Finals in Harbin, China in February, 2010, this is your last chance.

All MIT undergraduates are welcome (as well as some first or second year graduate students; for more info on eligibility see http://swerc.eu/swerc/EligibilityDecisionDiagram2009.pdf. The only requirement is the ability to program in C, C++ or Java.

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