Sunday, January 24, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Paul Murrell, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer Science & Data Analysis Click to see all the publications in this series.
Saturday, January 9, 2010
Prizes worth Rs. 63,000 to be won
The cyber world is all around us, ever evolving, ever changing. Programmers InQ, the series of events in Quark 2010 related to the cyberspace, ensure that you get the opportunity to be the agents of this change. From the no-holds-barred ingenuity of Binary Pirates to the stringent protocol of The Ultimate Coder, along with the adaptability of Rip Open, Programmers InQ promises to not only be breathtaking in its simplicity and its knowledge, but also a source for the best Tech minds of the country to compete in a forum that is truly fitting to the genius of today’s techno-savvy youth.
The race to the top . . .
The holy grail for hackers from across the country, Binary Pirates has just one rule- THERE ARE NO RULES. Do whatever it takes to capture the 'flag' and move to the next level. The event will test your understanding of networking principles and web technologies and your ability to bend them to suit your needs. In short, this event will shake the very foundations of your hacking knowledge and your ingenuity.
Open source development as you never thought existed. This event is for those who believe in the power of the open source. This event is all about the constantly evolving world of open source where people with innovative ideas get together, share their resources and bring out totally new creations using resources someone else created before them. The final output is all that matters, so if you think you have the logical and analytical skills, then this is the event for you.
Have you ever wondered how codes work behind the scenes from the machine level? If your answer is YES, then register for this event ! You will surely enjoy and learn.
Terminator 1.0 is an assembly language coding competition. Higher level languages are very prominent in popular coding competitions but unlike them, this event explores the limitless possibilities in assembly language coding and brings the participants closer to what happens behind the scenes! The advantage of assembly language is that the participants do not have to remember any syntax as there are limited commands and statements. All that matters is their logic and reasoning power.
A technical festival without a coding competition sounds incomplete. Doesn't it!
So here is a chance for everyone to brush up their minds for a challenging programming contest with the freedom of coding in whatever language they want.