The Duke Internet Programming Contest
Duke has sponsored a programming contest that takes place in real-time
over the internet. The contest has been held each year since 1990. It
is open to anyone , there are divisions for novice
programmers, undergraduates (not necessarily novices), and an open division.
The contest problems from all previous contests are available via
ftp. A paper The Internet Programming Contest: A Report and
Philosophy that appeared in
SIGCSE '93 is also available.
The founders of the contest are (in alphabetical order)
Owen Astrachan ,
Vivek Khera ,
Dave Kotz , and
Four problems from previous contests converted to HTML. These show the
uniformity with which problems are presented.
The 200X Duke IPC Contest
Maybe there will be a contest soon. Maybe not. See below.
The 1994/5/6 Duke Internet Programming Contest
Well, that's now way out of date. For archival purposes, here's the
text about that contest.
Due to several mitigating circumstances, the 1994 internet programming
will not be held. We're sorry for the late notice, but several
circumstances have forced us to cancel, rather than deal with IPC-9X.
Due to more circumstances we didn't hold a contest in 1995.
We have plans to hold a contest in 1996, but don't hold your
breath. However, please stay tuned.
When a specific date is determined, notice will be placed here. Keep