January 16, 2021
UTM Physics Club, UTM Mathematical and Computational Sciences Society, and UTM’s Women in Science and Computing club proudly announce the PyJaC (Python, Java, and C) Coding Competition!
This competition provides students the opportunity to work on a CS side-project that looks great on résumés, especially if you win in one of the sections(beginner, intermediate, and advanced). Students may also decide to work in a group of up to three people. After the program topics are released, students will have one week to complete their code, sticking to one topic.
On the competition day, students will present and run their code before our judges with a limited amount of time. Beginners will have ten minutes, intermediate participants will have fifteen minutes, and advanced participants will have twenty minutes. Note: the presentation times have no lower limit.
There will be one winner from each category. The top presenter from the beginner section will win a $30 Visa prepaid card. The leading presenter from the intermediate section will win a $40 Visa prepaid card. The best presenter from the advanced section will win a $50 Visa prepaid card.