Sharif Univ.  to Host  Coding Event
Sharif Univ.  to Host  Coding Event

Sharif Univ. to Host Coding Event

Sharif Univ. to Host Coding Event

The second edition of Code Cup Competition will be hosted by Sharif University of Technology (SUT) this year.  The coding competition aims to increase knowledge and coding skills of the participants while putting them to practical use.  This year’s event has three main goals: learning, practicing and competing, ISNA reported on September 26.  It also includes two educational competitions, two practice competitions, and a qualification competition for picking the teams that will go to the finals to be held on November 10-11.   The programming languages are C, C++, Java and Python. Contestants can take part in pairs. The first edition of the competition held in 2015 brought together more than 800 participants from 17 different provinces across Iran from some of the country’s top performing higher-level education institutions.  For further information enthusiasts can refer to the event website: https://www.codecup.ir. The website is currently available in the Persian language only.


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