After a few months, my problems are again in a HackerEarth contest. This time it is Clash, which is targeted to experienced programmers.
The contest starts just under 6 hours from now and will last for 24 hours. You can register for it here: https://www.hackerearth.com/challenge/competitive/february-clash-17/
I created two problems for the contest and both are related to graphs. One is a problem with trees and windmills while the other one is approximation problem used as a tiebreaker in such contests.
I hope all of you will enjoy the contest and my problems especially
See you on the leaderboard!
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/
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
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
May Easy Contest by HackerEarth is taking place on May the 1st at 6:00pm CET. Contest duration is 3 hours.
I created all the problems in the contest and it was a lot of fun to do it.
There will be 6 problems to solve, all algorithmic ones, especially targeted for beginners. However, I'm pretty sure that any participant will find them interesting to solve, because only 5 of the problems have a standard partial scoring and there will be one approximate problem.
A little hint for you, be prepared to use some math in the contest
As the setter of all problems int the contest, I want to thank the problem tester and editorialist Bohdan (I_love_Tanya_Romanova) for working with me to prepare the contest. It was a pleasure as always!
As a tradition in Easy Contests, the top 5 beginners will receive HackerEarth T-shirts.
Good luck and see you on leaderboard!