December 8, 2018
Hour of Code
An international event, supported by great minds and structured for you who want to learn to program! On the 8th of December 2018, take an hour out of your day to learn how to program with professors from UCL College and Ctrl + Play. From 08:30 to 12:30 with Scratch, Makey Makey and MIT App Inventor. We are waiting for you!
Event for all ages!
I UCL programming tournament
At the same time, in parallel, we are running the first UCL programming tournament. This is a tournament aimed at UCL students who want to test their knowledge with their colleagues. The tournament will run in teams of up to 3 people, where up to two members can program at the same time and using the Repl.it platform. The accepted languages are C ++ and C #. So, let's see who is the fastest trigger in programming?
The description is for both 1 kg of non - perishable food!
To get started, choose which one you want to participate in:
1-Hour of Code - For Scratch, Makey Makey and MIT App Inventor workshops
2-Programming Tournament - Aimed at UCL students who wish to challenge themselves. More information HERE .
Are you ready for the dispute?
Not yet? Find out here how to prepare!
-Can consist of up to 3 participants and a reserve.
-There are no restrictions on the formation of teams, except that they must be UCL students.
-At least one member must check in at the event by 8:30 am.
-At 9 am, if one or more members of the group are absent, the present member will choose to start without them, with the reservation or abandon the dispute.
-Once the dispute starts, the team cannot be modified.
-Will be composed of easy, medium and difficult problems, with respective value of 1, 3 and 5 points.
-All codes generated will be tested through a data file (input.txt)
-Whoever has the most points at the end. In the event of a tie, whoever has delivered the most difficult, medium and easy challenges in that order will win. If there is still a tie, it will be checked who delivered the first challenge.
-The dispute will have the total time, and exactly, 3 hours, any program delivered must have enough time to be tested within that time. Otherwise, it will be disregarded.
-Up to 2 team members can program at the same time (called programmers), while the third member will serve as support (called coach).
-Members cannot change roles (programmer / coach) during challenges. Only after delivery.
-The reservation member can be activated until 9:15 at the latest, time limit for the arrival of members. After this time, members and reservations will no longer be able to participate in the competition.
-All equipment in the competition will be from the UCL Faculty. The member cannot use his own equipment.
-The challenges can be delivered in C ++ or C # through the repl.it tool. It is advisable that you are already registered in it, before starting the competition.
-All challenges, from easy to difficult, may contain vectors, matrices, reading and writing files, sorting, searching and basic programming commands.
-The difference between levels of difficulty will be focused on the interaction between the elements mentioned above.
Any group, and / or, a member of the group that is caught doing any of the actions below, will disqualify your group.
-Search for solutions or help on the internet
-Get help from members outside your group
-Copy or try to get the code from another group
-Hurt or threaten event staff or members of other groups
-Be under the influence of illicit drugs during the competition
-Connect any type of device to the computer, before or during the championship.
I Programming Tournament
08:00 - Doors open
08:00 - 08:30 - Event check-in
08:30 - 08:45 - Event Presentation
08:45 - 09:00 - A lot of stations for the teams.
09:00 - 12:00 - Tournament
12:00 - 12:15 - Bank Evaluation
12:15 - 12:30 - Announcement of the Winners
Where will the event be? Right here!
Our mission will take place at UCL College:
ES-010, Km 06 - Manguinhos, Serra - ES, 29173-087
Still have questions, contact us using the form on the side or through the contact: