By MikeMirzayanov, 5 months ago, In English,

Hello, Codeforces!

I am pleased to announce the 2nd Hello Barcelona Programming Bootcamp in collaboration with Moscow Workshops ACM ICPC, which will be hosted by our partner Harbour.Space University together with Moscow Workshops ACM ICPC, ITMO University, Moscow Physics and Technology University, Saint Petersburg State University and Codeforces!



The boot camp will be held from September 27th to October 5th in Barcelona. This time it will be at the beautiful and technologically mind-bending Media-TIC building — the Smart Building of Tomorrow.



Media-TIC building — the Smart Building of Tomorrow

The world's greatest coaches will be attending: Andrew andrewzta Stankevich, Michael Endagorion Tikhomirov, Gleb GlebsHP Evstropov, Artem VArtem Vasilyev and other world renowned Russian coaches. As a coach, I will come too. The Chief Judge of the camp is Oleg snarknews Khristenko. Seriously, it will be a unique opportunity for teams around the world to learn from such well-known and successful coaches in the ACM-ICPC world.

Having visited the first Hello Barcelona programming Bootcamp in February, I left the event feeling inspired from the overall atmosphere. I am sure that all teams received an immense amount of knowledge and skills. As one of the coaches, all of the flattering reviews about the camp from the participants were pleasant for me to hear. I am very glad that these camps are becoming regular. Harbour.Space University and Moscow Workshops ACM ICPC have done a job worthy of admiration!

The Bootcamp will be split in two divisions:

  • Division A. Designed to prepare students to excel and win medals in the next ACM-ICPC World Finals.

  • Division B. Designed to help teams prepare for the next season of ACM-ICPC Regionals and international competitions. This is an appropriate introduction for teams and students new to the world of ACM ICPC and competitive programming competitions in general. The Division B curriculum features thematic lectures and contests.

The participation fee is unchanged: €1270 per person (cultural program, accommodation and half-board meals included).

Single participants and teams must register by July 1st, 2017 to receive the 15% off-Early Bird Discount, or the 20% off-Loyalty Discount, which is awarded to teams that participated in previous Moscow Workshops ACM ICPC boot camps.


Learn more about Barcelona ACM-ICPC Bootcamp

You can ask any questions by email: hello@harbour.space

Hope to meet you on the Bootcamp, Mike Mirzayanov

In order to experience the atmosphere of the event, I suggest you familiarize yourself with the photos and videos from the 1st Hello Barcelona programming Bootcamp in collaboration with Moscow Workshops ACM ICPC.

 
 
 
 
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I so hope such events were held in India :( Russians are so dedicated towards CP

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    Russians are so dedicated towards CP

    Do you know where Barcelona is?

    Also can we make like a joint effort to stop calling it CP?

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    Actually CP (competitive programming!) is more popular in India. Just compare the number of participants in different competitions: India is higher than even China by this parameter. Have a look at GCJ stats: https://www.go-hero.net/jam/17/regions Now sort by Qualification Round and then by Round 2. What the hell? Why is that?

    I'll try to answer. In India most of programmers who take part in programming competitions are grey or green persons looking for job opportunities on sites where companies can offer you an interview if you finish some contest with success. You don't need to be a really high level programmer (I mean, competitive programmer) to pass an interview. That's why there are so many low level programmers in India.

    In Russia it's different. Nobody takes part in contests to get a job. People in Russia train to win something in school olympiads and ACM ICPC. It requires much more serious attitude.

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      Totally agreed :) , but there still are people here who are serious about ICPC/GCJ , but fail to approach the level of teams from countries for Eg. Russia achieve. I don't know for sure why that happens right now because I'm quite far from that spot

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        I think it's because of lack of ACM-ICPC Type Coaching here. Even the best colleges in India don't have that (forget that, we don't have any type of competitive coding coaching here in colleges, so we have to learn on our own).

        Also, we lack experience in onsite competitions because even those are very rare over here.

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          We have a system of peer learning in our college, so part of the coaching requirement is done. However it's standard probably is not that high because eventually we teach others what we learned off the internet ourselves. Totally agree on the onsite competitions part. The ones that do take place lack a respectable level of quality of problems 9/10 times, and are mostly one or two ds/algo combined.

          Guess we'll need to do something about this :)

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    The Workshop customarily has groups from 20 distinct nations of Europe, Asia and the United States, and the quantity of taking part colleges develops with every year. Many groups that taken an interest in the Workshop moved toward becoming members and prize-champs of ACM ICPC Finals. Whiteboard Animation Services Just to give some examples, 8 out of 13 prize winning groups of ACM ICPC Finals 2016 taken part in Moscow Workshops ACM ICPC, held by MIPT in a joint effort with University ITMO in Dolgoprudny.

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Announcement: 2nd Hello Barcelona programming bootcamp in collaboration

as a Real Madrid fan I will not follow the camp news.

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It was exceptional to see the whole social range meet in like manner love of programming and realizing when we sorted out the primary training camp in February Uk assignment help and this fall, we will be doing it once more.

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Can already graduated student participate in Bootcamp?

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    I've contacted Harbour Space university, and they told me that yes, already graduated students can participate.

    P.S. I wonder why this question was down-voted so much...

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Is it possible to participate without a team? Just one person.

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Hi.! first of all really thankful for such a million dollar info. You had covered all necessary info and please keep on sharing the same.

Sincerely, sloxsoft

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Hi! Looks awesome! Is there a point to attending such an event to get better at competitive programming in general? For example to participate in Google Code Jam or FB Hackercup?

What is the expected level of knowledge required?

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Can anyone provide the expected prior knowledge or maybe a range of the CF rating for the participants for each of the Divs? (Mainly interested in Div A myself)

Maybe the ones who attended last year's could also give us an insight or maybe a list of the topics covered :)

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    Last year we had a few ACM-ICPC finalists, including the U. of Tokyo and Waterloo, so rating ranges from 2100 to 3000.

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Isn't the space a bit too cramped? Hygiene might be a concern here. I hope they have more space for the next event, as there might be more people joining.

Also, what would be the differences between activities for students and coaches? For example, I can be either one although I am no longer eligible for ACM-ICPC.

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    They have a bigger place for the next event. This Media-TIC building is very cool just google some pictures.

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27978133 in this on 14th test case this problem shown problem : 417A

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Output NO Answer NO Checker Log wrong output format Output file not found: "output.fd0138e687.txt"

Can anyone suggest Solution

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Good to have these type of opportunities to showcase the programming skills. Wish to be a part of that competition. UK Assignment Writing