The ProgTeam is a place for students interested in solving problems to practice
their skills, learn new ones and share their knowledge and passion with others.
Whether you are preparing for technical interviews, practicing for programming
contests, or solve problems for fun, you should find
like minded students in ProgTeam.
Location: NYU, Washington Square campus
Students from any campus are welcome in ProgTeam. Students who wish to participate
in programming contests may need to do so with their own campus.
Sign up if you wish to receive regular updates about events, practices, contests, etc.
This is a moderated list, so you should not be getting any spam through it.
You can unsubscribe at any point.
Vjudge: We use Vjudge
platform for in-house practices and contests.
If you are new to ProgTeam, please, register for a
Vjudge account first and then
click “Apply to Join” at the upper right corner of the NYU ProgTeam Group page to have access to the problem set.
We are watching out for new applications at the start of each semester and try
to approve them quickly. If there is a delay, please, ping us on Slack.
Contests and Practices
We organize semi-regular in-house practices and contests. They are announced in the mailing list
and posted on the calendar below. Unless otherwise indicated, those contests are hosted on
Vjudge (see above for how to
gain access to the platform).
If you are new to online judge problem solving check out the following
Many organizations and universities organize open contests and practices available
to all. When we learn about these events, we share them on the our mailing list,
Slack channel and the calendar below.
If you know of contests and practices that are not posted yet, feel free to let us know.
Some regular practices and contests are listed below.
Keep an eye out for announcements about the regional contests if you are interested
in becoming part of the next NYU championship team!
The North America Qualifier is an online contests leading to the ICPC regional
contests (see above for more details about ICPC). The teams can test out their
skills or individuals can participate on their own.
The level of problem-difficulty at this contest is usually comparable or even
more challenging than the level of problems at the regional contests.
Codeforces is a site with many contests and practices. The upcoming events
should be shown at the calendar below.
If you wish to get regular practice at problem solving in a timed and contest like environment, check out these regular contests:
Educational Codeforces (happens approximately twice a month, 2 hrs, problems are reviewed in a live stream after the contest)
Regular Codeforces rounds at different difficulties