The 2012 Queue ICPC Challenge has Begun!

This year's challenge is a territory-capture game called Coercion.

Code a player in Java, C++, C#, Python, or JavaScript.

Full details here:
http://queue.acm.org/icpc/

The challenge has no prize, but is open to everyone.

ACM Queue Magazine is offering an online programming competition based on the 2011 International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC) Challenge problem. Participants will get to code a player and compete with others in the game of Coercion. Preliminary matches during the one-month coding phase will let you know how well your player is doing. A final double-elimination competition among all the submitted players will decide whose player is best.

http://queue.acm.org/icpc/index.cfm

 

The Crypto-CS-SETI challenge: An Un-programming Challenge

Poul-Henning Kamp

A challenge to all bright minds in the IT and CS world: Can you disassemble a program for an unknown computer, given only the compiled ROM image?


I hereby announce a challenge, beginning immediately, to gather as much information as possible about the program file linked below.

Imagine finding a crashed flying saucer….