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Polish team won Programming Marathon24 2013.12.03

Warsaw, Poland - December 02, 2013 - Over 1000 programmers from all over the world took part in the qualification round of the first edition of "Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013. Powered by CodiLime". The qualifying round was attended by engineers from the United States, Peru, Brazil, the UK, Switzerland, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, India, China and Sri Lanka. The grand finale of Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013 - Powered by CodiLime ended on December 01, 2013 in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia. The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan. Contestants faced three complex problems within 24 hours, during which they competed with each other in the real time. The best turned out to be programmers from Poland: Eryk Kopczyński, Marcin Mucha and Paweł Parys, winning the grand prize of 5,000 PLN for each Participant and beating the opponents with experience on the international level.

The best turned out to be programmers from Poland: Eryk Kopczyński, Marcin Mucha and Paweł Parys, winning the grand prize of 5,000 PLN for each Participant and beating the opponents with experience on the international level.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 

Warsaw, Poland - December 02, 2013

Over 1000 programmers from all over the world took part in the qualification round of the first edition of „Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013. Powered by CodiLime”.

Apart from the countries that will be represented in the final, the qualifying round was also attended by engineers from the United States, Peru, Brazil, the UK, Switzerland, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, India, China and Sri Lanka.

The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
The final of the biggest Polish team programming contest Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013 - Powered by CodiLime ended on Sunday, December 01, 2013.

The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
‘Precision Screwdrivers’ from Poland (Eryk Kopczyński, Warszawa; Marcin Mucha, Warszawa; Paweł Parys, Warszawa) turned out to be the best team.


The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Second and third place were held respectively by ‘SajchoPaczoSajgon’ (Marek Cygan, Toruń; Jakub Pachocki, Pittsburgh; Przemysław Dębiak, Warszawa ) and ‘Queueing’ (Szymon Gut, Gliwice; Michał Trybus, Gliwice; Michał Krasnoborski, Lidzbark Warmiński).

The Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
The grand finale of Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013 - Powered by CodiLime ended on December 01, 2013 in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia.


The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan (Shuuichi Hirahara, Kashiwa; Takuto Ikuta, Nagareyama; Takanori Hayashi, Tokyo).

Team from Japan: Shuuichi Hirahara, Kashiwa; Takuto Ikuta, Nagareyama; Takanori Hayashi, Tokyo.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Contestants faced three complex problems within 24 hours, during which they competed with each other in the real time.


The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
The best turned out to be programmers from Poland: Eryk Kopczyński, Marcin Mucha and Paweł Parys, winning the grand prize of 5,000 PLN for each Participant and beating the opponents with experience on the international level.


The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
The competition was very fierce and none of the team was certain of the victory till the very last minutes of the final.

The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Polish Contestants proved a very high level of algorithmic skills and outdistanced programmers from Japan, Iran, Austria, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Serbia.

The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Full rankings can be viewed on the Competition website at
www.marathon24.com  

Dr. Adam Góral, CEO of Asseco Poland.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Dr. Adam Góral, CEO of Asseco Poland, said
:
“Broad interest, measured by the number of teams that participated in the qualifications for ‘Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013 – Powered by CodiLime’ and the countries they were from proves best that such competitions are needed. Young people like to compete with their peers to see who is better. They have to spend a lot of time on preparation. The Contest encourages them to extending their knowledge and skills in Computer Science. The competition spirit of the Contest, its innovative form and prestige is a good opportunity to try oneself in challenging conditions and present one’s skills.”

The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Dr. Wojciech Szczurek, mayor of Gdynia, said
:
“Marathon24 is another great initiative that, owing to the modern, functional and beautiful interiors of Pomeranian Science and Technology Park and its highly professional staff, has been exquisitely organized. I hope that the next editions of the Contest will also take place here proving that Gdynia is a modern, innovative and open city.”

The competition was attended by 30 teams from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Iran, Austria, Serbia and even Japan.
Photo courtesy of CodiLime
 
Tomasz Kułakowski, CodiLime, CEO, added
:
“The first edition of the Marathon24 turned out to be success not only because of the broad interest of participants from Poland, Europe and the whole world, but also because of the very high level of competition presented by contestants. I am sure that Marathon24 will be a recognizable event among the international team programming contests and will attract the best programmers in the world. I would like to thank Asseco Poland and Mr Adam Góral and the city of Gdynia and Mr Wojciech Szczurek for the help during the organization of the Contest, as well as to PKO Bank Polski and Mr Zbigniew Jagiełło and Mrs Urszula Kontowska for invaluable support.”

Detailed standings of the finals
Courtesy of CodiLime
 

Asseco Programming Marathon24 Gdynia 2013. Powered by CodiLime – a nationwide team programming contest, where all the programmers, regardless of their age, educational background or professional experience, can participate.

 
 
The contest is organized jointly by Asseco Polandthe biggest Polish IT company and the 7th biggest in Europe, Gdynia the city supporting innovations, and CodiLimean IT company founded among others by world champions in programming and gold medallists of ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest – the most prestigious global contest in collegiate programming.

 
 
The contest consists of two stages – qualifying round and the grand final
.
30 best teams will be selected in online qualifications and invited to participate in the grand final, which will start on November 30, 2013 in Gdynia in Pomeranian Science and Technology Park.

It will last continuously for 24 hours; within this time contestants will face three problems and will compete one another in real time.

The best participants will receive prizes amounting to over 30,000 PLN.


More information:

Katarzyna Mączkowiak
CodiLime

E: katarzyna.maczkowiak@codilime.com  
M: +48 795 548 918

www.marathon24.com  

fb.com/marathon24  

twitter.com/marathon24


Source: CodiLime

http://www.marathon24.com/news/  



ASTROMAN Magazine - 2012.06.05

Wicemistrzowie świata i Mistrz Polski w programowaniu z firmy CodiLime zainwestują w Białymstoku

http://www.astroman.com.pl/index.php?mod=magazine&a=read&id=1251  




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