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By MiptLited, 5 weeks ago, translation, In English

We are glad to announce the Moscow International Workshop 2021 that will be held from November 21 till November 27! We are ready to tell you about our boot camp – the Moscow International Workshops 2021 for competitive programming. The boot camp will be held in a distance format for two divisions: A and B.

Student teams from all over the world are invited to participate. The training is in English.

What will be included in the program:

– five 5-hour contests;

– access to the stream, video recording and materials of the contest analysis;

– access to the stream, video recording and materials of the lectures (for div.B);

– lectures from teachers of leading Russian universities, as well as former participants and winners of the ICPC.

And on the start day, participants will be able to test themselves in the championship held as part of the RuCode 4.0 festival.

Why do we need Moscow Workshops?

The Moscow International Workshops boot camps help prepare for the stages of the ICPC student world championship in sports programming, as well as improve hard skills in algorithms and teamwork, which is also very important! Another argument – in October 2021, 11 out of 12 ICPC medalists were trained at Moscow Workshops. Agree, the statistics are pretty impressive!

Hurry up to assemble your team and join! You can register for participation here: https://it-edu.com/ly5m

For more details, follow the link: https://it-edu.com/ryr6

 
 
 
 
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Which 11 medalists were trained at Moscow Workshops?

Our team didn't participated and I cannot find some other medalist team (University of Cambridge, ...) in the scoreboard of the workshop.

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    Oh, come on. They didn't expect anybody will actually go and check the information, why did you do that?!

    I'm even fine with them including our team, even though we didn't participate in last two camps, mostly because I personally didn't want to interact with Moscow Workshops in any way.

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    Maybe they meant that 11 people from 12 medalist teams were participating.

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    11 of the 12 medalists of the ICPC 2021 finals were trained in Moscow Workshops.

    Both World Finals for the season 2020-2021 and season 2021-2022 have not yet been held. What does ICPC 2021 finals refer to?

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      The 44th annual World Finals of ICPC 2021 was postponed from 2020 to 2021 and was held in Moscow from October 1st to 6th.

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        So, what you are saying is that originally "World Finals of ICPC 2021" was planned to be in 2020?

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      They obviously mean season 2018-19, just look at the Russian version of the blog.

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    Here is the ICPC 2021 finalist table http://joxi.ru/Dr8XGXzCJgD9Lr. Everyone except the Cambridge University team was the Moscow Workshops members. You can check this information in the broadcasts of the main moderator of the contests MW — Oleg Khristenko on his website http://prefinals2021.workshops.it-edu.mipt.ru/. Alternatively, you can contact any of these 11 teams for confirmation of their past participation in the Moscow Workshops.

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      Seoul NU? MIT? Maybe some teams from those universities participated in some of your camps, but...

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      Looks like ainta has alternatively contacted his team and they couldn't confirm their participation

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    Cambridge University is a respected and cool team and is part of the 12 ICPC stars, but unfortunately, teams of your University have never participated in the Moscow Workshops. We hope this will happen this year, we are waiting for you with an open mind! Welcome to participation in the Moscow Workshops!

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Will the test data and submissions of the contest be available to the participants?

In the description it says access to upsolving of the contests within six months, does it mean that after six months it's not possible to continue solving the problems?

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    We are quite loyal in this matter, and MB participants have access to all materials even after a year.