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My approximation problem in HackerEarth November Circuits

HackerEarth monthly long contest starts tomorrow and one of the problems there is my approximate challenge :) The goal will be to find the best walk in a matrix within some constraints. It will be available just from the beginning of the contest so stay tuned.

There are some prices for top finishers, like cash and t-shirts.

You can register for the contest here: https://www.hackerearth.com/november-circuits/

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My two problems in June Circuits


Another month, another Circuits contest. It's a long contest by HackerRank. The idea is that new problems go live each day.

The contest starts today, and it's available here: https://www.hackerearth.com/july-circuits/

This month, I'm the author of the approximate problem, called Covering Points, which will be available for solving as soon as the contest start. The second problem I created is the last one going live.

The tester for the whole contest is Bohdan (I_love_Tanya_Romanova), who helped a lot with creating the problems. It was nice to work together again :)

Good luck!

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My Problems in HackerEarth June Circuits

June Circuits is live for a week now. Today, the last and the hardest problem created by me went live. It is called Leaf Village and Democracy and the task is to handle a set of upcoming queries. I find the problem really good, especially for these of you looking for not so standard techniques.

There are still 2 days for solving any problem from the contest, so take your chance and do improve your total score :)