IEEEXtreme 12.0 Sponsors


Since its founding in 1972, Digi-Key has been committed to offering the broadest selection of in-stock electronic components, as well as providing the best service possible to its customers, aiding engineers through the entire design process, from Prototype to Production®. This has led the company to be highly ranked year after year in industry surveys, in North America as well as Europe and Asia, in categories covering such facets of business as availability of product, speed of service, responsiveness to problems, and more.

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O’Reilly is a learning company that helps individuals, teams, and enterprises build skills to succeed in a world defined by technology-driven transformation.

From in-person conferences and live online training courses to self-directed learning and immediate access to problem-solving online, O’Reilly has you and your team covered.

Offer to IEEEXtreme Participants (US locations):

1st place (Team & Proctor): Essential Studio Enterprise Edition (valued at $1,995)

2nd place (Team & Proctor): Essential Studio for Xamarin (valued at $995)

3rd place (Team & Proctor): Essential Studio for ASP.NET Core (valued at $995)

SyncFusion is Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Syncfusion has more than 12,000 customers and close to a million users, including large financial institutions, Fortune 100 companies, and global IT consultancies.

Today SyncFusion provide 800+ controls and frameworks for web, mobile, and desktop development. We provide ready-to-deploy enterprise software for dashboards, reports, data integration, and big data processing. Many customers have saved millions in licensing fees by deploying our software.

IEEE Xplore is proud to be an official sponsor of the IEEEXtreme 12.0 programming challenge. We hope you enjoyed the Xplore API programming challenge in this year’s competition. We would like to offer all teams an opportunity to further explore the power of programming with Xplore API.

All registered participants will have free access to Xplore API for one week following the competition. Obtain access by registering for an API key here: You’ll also find a video with suggested use case criteria.

IEEE Xplore development would be interested to learn how participants utilize the Xplore API in new and creative ways such as: graphical/visual data representation, analytics and trends using IEEE metadata. As such, we would like to encourage use cases/solutions from IEEEXtreme 12.0 participants for review. For the most creative submissions, you may earn membership into the new Xplore API SuperUser Group. The Xplore API SuperUser Group will be a springboard to encourage ideation and collaboration within the Xplore API community as well as other benefits. Thank you for your participation. Good luck!


CS Academy is an algorithm learning platform, fostering a community with some of the best competitive programmers in the world. Tapping into a global talent pool, CS Academy wants to promote the brightest programmers to the global software industry, purely on their proven skill set.