Gennady Korotkevich has won the Google Code Jam competition from 2014 to 2018.
Google Code Jam is the longest running global coding competition. Whether you are an experienced contestant or a rookie in the coding competition space, you should not forget Google Code Jam 2019.
Google Code Jam is an internationally acclaimed programming competition held and administered by Google Inc. It began in 2003 as a means of finding the top engineering talent for potential employment at the tech giant.
It consists of a set of algorithms which must be completed within the given time. Participants can use any programming language and development environment to obtain their solutions. Google Code Jam was used to deploy on Topcoder’s platform from 20013 to 2007. In 2008, the company decided to build its own dedicated infrastructure for the contest.
The top 1,500 from each sub-round move on to compete for a spot in the top 1,000 contestants of Code Jam Online Round 2. These top 1,000 contestants advance to the online Round 3 and earn a limited edition Code Jam t-shirt.
The top 25 contestants from Code Jam Online Round 3 will go to the onsite World Finals, which happens in a different Google office each year. There, they’ll compete for the championship title and a cash prize of $15,000. Woah!
These are the past year's winners of the acclaimed Google coding competition.
He has been winning the Google Code Jam since 2014. He has secured the top place among thousands of participants. He is a Belarusian-based sports programmer who has a major international competition trophy to his name. At the age of 11, he even qualified for the 2006 International Olympiad in Informatics.
He represented the Republic of Belarus. He won among 21,273 contestants.
He represented Poland. He won among 20,613 contestants.
The Qualification Round is going to start on April 5. To apply for a Google coding competition, go to this link.
It's suggested that you should warm up with the previous year's problems to enhance your chances of advancing to Round 1. Stay tuned and we will update this page on a regular basis.
Good luck to the programmers!
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