The School of Computing and Informatics presents its first
Student Programming Competition
Saturday, Oct. 12, noon
Lipscomb students are invited to participate in teams of three students to tackle eight programming problems for five hours on Oct. 12. The winning teams receive prizes from Google and get a chance to compete at the Association for Computing Machinery competition at Tennessee Technological University.
If you are interested in participating, contact Eddy Borera at email@example.com.