RMIT Programming Club
Members of RMIT University Programming Club compete in the ACM South Pacific Programming Contest 2012.
Based in the School of Computer Science and IT, RMIT Programming Club provides a stimulating, cooperative environment where students can interact and learn from each other by solving various programming problems.
Each year we try to enter teams into regional programming competitions as part of the Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC).
- Gain and develop good programming skills and general problem solving skills
- Learn how to work in a team
- Develop programming solutions using various data structures, sorting algorithms, arithmetic, algebra, graph algorithms, and number theory
- Enhance your career prospects (it looks really good on your CV)
- Start a potential research project which may lead to postgrad studies
- Learn from senior and more experienced students
- Have fun with other fellow students!
The club is open to all RMIT students, as well as High School Students. The only requirement is a keen interest in computer programming.
Register via email: email@example.com
Note: High School students please list your name, school and year of study when applying.
We meet every Friday, using resources made available through the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC) web site as our main vehicle to discuss and solve various programming problems.
3.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Building 14, Level 11, Room 38 (Sutherland lab)
Organising committee and contacts
Feel free to contact Chris, Mohammad or Xiaodong for further information.