The Faculty of Information Technology organized last Thursday its second programming competition for faculty students, for the second year in a row, with the participation of 9 teams and 3 students for each team.
A software algorithm, and the contestants have to think about the problem, put the initial solution, and then think of the exceptions that may occur, and drop their solution on the exceptions.
If their algorithm is suitable for solving it also, they send the answer to the judge, otherwise they rethink the issue.
Each team has points that depend on the number of problems they answered, the time they spent solving the problem, and the number of the wrong solution sent to the referee, and each team that succeeds in solving a problem gets a colored balloon. Building a fertile learning environment for training and innovation