The unofficial results will be available in CSAcademy at the close of the competition. From the close of the competition, through 31 October, the IEEEXtreme Technical team will be evaluating code submissions. IEEE reserves the right to disqualify a team if it’s found to have manipulated or cheated during the competition. The official results will be communicated on or about 2 November. Winners will be contacted by IEEE directly.
Yes. For a start, taking advanced courses does not mean you’re necessarily better at programming. More importantly, this is all about the experience. IEEEXtreme is a lot of fun, and will help you face real-world problems that you may not see during college. Furthermore, the competition includes questions from various difficulties, from novice to expert levels.
IEEE is excited to bring forth a new set of top ten prizes to IEEEXtreme. You can see the list on our home page.
The proctor should just make sure that it is the team members working on the problems and no outside help is being provided from other individuals. The proctor should ensure that the student teams are not sharing code, which is strictly prohibited. In general, proctors help ensure that the students are comfortable and are able to get food, water, and exercise during the 24 hours. The main goal is for the participants to have fun. The students do not have to be isolated.
Sleep is part of making sure the team members are comfortable. The team members can alternate getting some sleep, and you can make your own arrangements for sleeping.
There may be some surprises, about every six to eight hours, so it is important to keep monitoring the contest.
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