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Coding Competitions PROBLEMS (c++)

This 12-week course is a follow up to the Coding Competitions course. The purpose of this course is to use already existing knowledge to look at problems and figure out their solutions. Every week, we will solve as many problems as possible in class (and some problems will be assigned for homework), but there will not be a specific topic for the class. This is meant to simulate a real competitive programming environment where you are given a problem and have to figure out where to start and what to use to solve it. This skill is very important in problem solving throughout life, as you are not usually given guidelines and a step by step tutorial about how to solve a specific problem. You are supposed to come up with a solution from scratch.

Note - Prerequisite: Advanced Coding Experience, Knowledge of C++ or Java

If you have not taken the Coding Competitions course and would like to take this course, taking the diagnostics test is required. The purpose of this test is to see how much knowledge you have and if you need or do not need to take the other class in order to succeed in this class.

 

Note: The response you get back from staff is only a recommendation, but we still advise that you follow that recommendation.

Course Dates: TBD

(1 meeting per week)

Meet Your Instructors

Bobby Costin

Coding Competitions Teacher

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Bobby is a freshman at the Harker School. He loves to code in a lot of different areas, such as competitive programming and making video games, as well as some AI. He is proficient in C++, but also has some knowledge about Java, Python, JavaScript, and some other common languages.