The TCO18 Warsaw Regional Event will take place on Saturday, May 12, 2018 and is hosted by our sponsor the University of Warsaw.
University of Warsaw
Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics
02-097 Warsaw, Poland
The TCO18 Warsaw Regional event will have two competitions! Whether you’re onsite in Warsaw or wish you could be, you can take part in the event in some way.
Single Round Match
The event will include a Single Round Match (SRM) style Algorithm Competition that could lead you to the TCO18 Finals which will happen live at the event.
You have three comfortable options:
Tram – the nearest stops are BANACHA, OCH-TEATR for trams not taking Banacha route.
Bus – stops are called BANACHA or BANACHA-SZPITAL, depending on your route.
Veturilo – two stations are within 200 meter radius: Pasteura – Winnicka – UW station nr 9550 and Stefana Banacha – UW station nr 9551. Take note that most often there is free space to leave the bike, but not many options to rent one.
There are few parking spaces in front of the building. Coming by public transport is highly recommended.
The event will have an Algorithm Competition or single round match (SRM).
You can bring your laptop for the competition and any power cords you may need.
Becoming a Topcoder member is easy and free. Best to register as a member before attending the event so you can take part in the competitions. Go here to register.
All every attendee gets a rad t-shirt. Plus you could win a bid to the exclusive TCO18 Online Algorithm Wildcard Round which could lead to the TCO18 Finals in the USA!
If you’re an up and coming programmer or want to become a professional software developer, being a part of the Topcoder community has immense value. Attending this event gives you networking opportunities for a potential job or internship. Did you know some of the top tech companies encourage their applicants to get a Topcoder rating or at least share their rating during job interviews. Plus you’ll have access to the largest worldwide developer and design community and all there is to learn from them.
That is fine, but only one person per ticket is allowed.