Queen's University

Programming problem solvers

Thirteen teams from eastern Ontario high schools worked to solve programming problems.
The event took 3 hours and was held in Wallace Hall.
Teams had to work through four programming problems.
High schools in Ottawa, Brockville, Kingston and Belleville sent teams along to compete.
Team 1 from Bell High School in Ottawa won the contest.

Last Saturday the Queen's School of Computing hosted the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario's (ECOO) annual East Regional Programming Contest for eastern Ontario high school students. 

Thirteen teams from high schools in Ottawa, Brockville, Kingston, and Belleville competed to find working solutions to four programming problems. Congratulations to Team 1 from Bell High School in Ottawa who placed first.

Photos courtesy of Dave Dove.

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