What is Hash Code?
Google’s team-based programming competition, Hash Code, allows you to share your skills and connect with other coders as you work together to solve a problem modeled off a real Google engineering challenge! In small teams of two to four, coders all over the world will tackle the first problem through an Online Qualification Round. Though this round is hosted online, teams can come together to compete side-by-side in locally coordinated Hash Code hubs. The top teams from this round are invited to join us at an international Google office for our annual Hash Code Final Round.
What is a hub?
Hubs are participant-organized meetups where teams from the same university, office, or local area can come together to compete in the Online Qualification Round side by side. Participating from a hub adds more fun and excitement to the competition and is a great way to meet new people!
18:15 CET: HEIA-FR / GDG Fribourg Hub open
18:30 CET: The team system closes and the task is announced on our livestream.
18:45 CET: The competition starts and the problem statement is released on the Judge System.
21:30 CET: The scoreboard freezes in place for the rest of the contest to add suspense.
22:30 CET: The Judge System officially closes. End of the competition.
22:40 CET: Closing livestream to share highlights and announcement of top teams.
23:00 CET: HEIA-FR / GDG Fribourg Hub close.
To take with you:
Computer, notebooks, pencils, paper.
Drinks and food will be available on site during the event.
There is a telegram group open to all participants: https://t.me/joinchat/BLX17VW9SYbzobVSJakaZA
Use this group to discuss with the organizers, with other teams, or find teammates.