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Saturday, March 17, 2012
Twenty-six students from Brevard Community College, Lake-Sumter Community College, Seminole State College and Valencia College participated in the 2012 Intercollegiate Programming Competition on March 17 at Seminole State’s Sanford/Lake Mary Campus. Competitors tried to solve four programming problems in a maximum of three hours. First place and a $500 check were awarded to Tyler Brazill of Lake-Sumter Community College. Second place and $250 went to Karson Kimbrel also of Lake-Sumter. Ravel Antunes from Valencia College took third place and earned a $100 check. Lake-Sumter Community College won the team trophy. The prize money was donated by SeaWorld. Jennifer Dirschel, director of community relations for SeaWorld, was on hand to award the trophies and the prize money. Drawings for 20 other door prizes were conducted. Door prizes included gift cards, video games from Electronic Arts and souvenirs from Disney World.
The competitors' solutions were evaluated by Scott LaChance, Lockheed Martin; Marwan Shaban, SeaWorld; and Josh Clements, AAA. Return to the Programming Competition home page to find links for the list of the problems and pictures from this year’s competition.
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