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By MiptLited, 6 months ago, translation, In English,

We are happy to announce that Moscow Workshops ICPC opens remote participation for division A in the Discover Vladivostok 2019 Programming Workshop.

Participants will receive a single login for a team of one, two or three people and will be able to choose a convenient time for solving problems. Participants of both full-time and distance training programs will do the final contest simultaneously. Analysis of all problems will also be available for remote participation students.

Among the trainers will be Filipp DPR-pavlin Rukhovich, co-coach of the bronze medalist MIPT team at the ICPC World Finals 2019; former ICPC finalist, present Head of Programming Committee in Grodno and Vladivostok's Workshops and in the Open Moscow Trainings; Ilya izban Zban, ICPC 2017 World Champion!

Remote participation is a unique opportunity to join the world of competitive programming when one could not manage to travel far.

While registering, please make a note in the note field that you would like to participate remotely. Here is the registration link

Remember that citizens of 18 countries have prerogative to get a free E-visa for 8 days to Vladivostok. Search here for the details

 
 
 
 
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The registration link doesn't have an option for online participation.

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    While registering make a note in the note field that you would like to participate remotely

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Sorry, but I think you didn't mention the main thing for remote participation or I can not find on site. Is it free or not? Can anyone take part ?

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    Remote participation costs $1150 per team of 1, 2, or 3 people. Remote participation is available only for div.A students.

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Sorry but does Division A mean Division 1 in Codeforces?

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    Division A is more like the ICPC World Finals level and/or the ICPC Northern Eurasia Programming Contest level.

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Is there a list of participating teams?