Google Hash Code 2020 (GDG Ramallah)

GDG Ramallah
Feb 20 - 21, 2020, 6:30 PM (EET)

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About this event

Google’s hash coding competition is back for 2020.

Under the sponsorship of (Jawwal, Paltel and Fikra), GDG Ramallah is so excited to announce the Google’s Hash code competition 2020.
The competition is going to take place at Fikra - Paltel Group Innovation Hub on Thursday 20th February at 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm.
Join us with your team (2-4 members) to compete with other teams globally by working on this year’s hash code challenge. We’re going to take a very good care of you, high-speed internet, mentorship and food is going to be offered!
Spots are very limited, reserve yours by completing the below form ASAP.

Register your ticket in our hub (deadline: Feb 17)

What is Hash Code?
is a team programming competition, organized by Google, for students and professionals around the world. You pick your team and programming language and we pick an engineering problem for you to solve. Top teams will then be invited to a Google office for the Final Round.

How it works?
Once you’ve registered for the contest, you’ll gain access to google Judge System. The Judge System is google online platform where you’ll form your team, join a hub, practice, and compete during the rounds. During the Online Qualification Round, you’ll watch our YouTube livestream to be introduced to the problem, and your team will have four hours to solve an optimization problem using the programming language and tools of your choice. Teams can compete from our hub (Fikra - Paltel Group Innovation Hub). The top teams from the Online Qualification Round will be invited to the Final Round at a Google office, where they’ll work together to solve another challenge and compete for cash prizes.

How to register in hash-code?
If you want to join sign up using your Google account, create or join your team(minimum 2 participants per team), Select our hub GDG Ramallah and Fikra Hub) in the hub list, check the Judge system for the practice round.
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