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Programming team finishes second

Programming team finishes second

Posted: Wednesday, December 10, 2008 9:37 am

Two teams of students from the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Computer Science and Information Systems recently participated in the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) regional programming contest at Murray State University. The team comprised of Adam Corum, Dresden; Brian Hawks, Union City; and Jacob Robertson, Sardis; finished second in the 11-team competition at the Murray site by solving three problems. A second team, John Britton, Martin; Alfredo Ramirez, Humboldt; and Ryan Hart, Memphis; solved two problems. Both teams were coached by Bob Bradley, instructor of computer science. The ACM regional programming contest is part of a worldwide competition. The November contest involved 132 teams in the United States from the Midwest and upper South. Among participating schools at the Murray site were Western Kentucky University, Evansville University, Freed Hardeman University and Murray State.wcp 12-9-08


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