Friday, January 4, 2019

Google Hash Code Programming Competition 2019

Google’s team-based programming competition, Hash Code, allows you to share your skills and connect with other coders as you work together to solve a problem modeled off a real Google engineering challenge! In small teams of two to four, coders all over the world will tackle the first problem through an Online Qualification Round. Though this round is hosted online, teams can come together to compete side-by-side in locally coordinated Hash Code hubs. The top teams from this round are invited to join us at an international Google office for our annual Hash Code Final Round.

Once you’ve registered for the contest, you’ll gain access to our Judge System. The Judge System is our online platform where you’ll form your team, join a hub, practice, and compete during the rounds. During the Online Qualification Round, you’ll watch our YouTube livestream to be introduced to the problem, and your team will have four hours to solve an optimization problem using the programming language and tools of your choice. Teams can compete from a local hub or another location of their choice. The top teams from the Online Qualification Round will be invited to the Final Round at a Google office, where they’ll work together to solve another challenge and compete for cash prizes.

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You will receive one of the following cash prizes if you advance to, attend, and compete in the Final Round of Hash Code. The prize money specified reflects the amount each person on the winning Team will receive.
  • 1st Place: $4,000 USD
  • 2nd Place: $2,000 USD
  • 3rd Place: $1,000 USD
  • Participants must compete in a group of two, three, or four members (each group referred to as a "Team").
  • Participants must form their team in the Judge System  and the team composition cannot be changed after the deadline specified on the HC Contest website or Judge System; a participant may leave a Team and withdraw from the HC Contest prior to such deadline. However, your Team must have at least two (2) members throughout the duration of the HC Contest (including the Final Round (as defined below)).
  • Any team with fewer than two (2) members is not eligible to participate in the HC Contest.
  • A participant can only participate on one (1) Team during the HC Contest. 

How to Apply:
1. Profile Creation and Contest Registration.
(A) To enter a Contest, you must first create a profile at (“Contest Profile”). Once your Contest Profile has been created, you will be able to register for Contests. You will be required to provide additional information about yourself when registering for Contests.
(B) You may access each of your Contest registrations on the applicable Contest websites or through your Contest Profile.
(C) Registration times are listed on the applicable Contest websites. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE CORRESPONDING TIME IN YOUR TIME ZONE. Google may modify the opening and closing dates for registration by an informational notice on the applicable Contest website. You are responsible for frequently reviewing Contest details on the applicable Contest website.
(D) You must register for each Contest before you can participate in such Contest. For example, if you registered for Code Jam and wanted to participate in Hash Code, you would still need to register for the Hash Code Contest. If you have created a Contest Profile but have not registered for a specific contest, then you are not eligible to participate in that contest.
(E) You may only register for a Contest with one (1) valid Contest Profile. If you compete in a Contest using multiple Contest Profiles, you may be disqualified.
(F) All the data provided through the profile creation and registration process must be complete, correct and provided in English.

2 Screen Names.
Google reserves the right to change or omit contestant screen names, nicknames, or team names for purposes of publication on Google websites or listserv, particularly if they are, in Google's sole opinion, offensive or obscene, or violate the intellectual property rights of others. If you repeatedly create a screen name, nickname, or team name that is offensive or obscene, or violate the intellectual property rights of others (in each case, as determined at Google’s sole discretion), you (and, if applicable, your team members) may be disqualified from the Contest(s) for which you have registered. You should not include and are strongly discouraged from including any personally identifying information (e.g., your legal name) in your contestant screen name, nickname, and team name because such screen name, nickname, and/or team name may be published publicly.

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