Join Us Live at the ICPC World Finals for a Stellar Kotlin Match
JetBrains has been a proud sponsor of the International Collegiate Programming Contest for a number of years. This year, we’re proud to support the 45th ICPC World Finals taking place in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
To unveil the full power of Kotlin and JetBrains tools, as well as their advantages in algorithmic problem-solving, we’ve invited two competitive programming stars to match their skills in solving Kotlin problems on stage at the ICPC World Finals. Andrew ‘ecnerwala’ He, one of the top competitive programmers in the world, will compete in a lockout session against Kamil ‘Errichto’ Debowski, Codeforces “Legendary Grandmaster” and Topcoder “Target”. The match will be commentated by none other than Roman Elizarov.
We are going to livestream this event on November 7, 2022, and we invite you to join us!
To refresh your knowledge about Kotlin and learn more about competitive programming, check out our competitive programming tutorial and watch the videos from our Competitive Programming YouTube playlist.
We look forward to seeing you soon on the livestream!
Update: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Kamil ‘Errichto’ Debowski replaced Gennady ‘tourist’ Korotkevich in this ICPC World Finals Kotlin lockout match.
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