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Remember everyone - registration for SIGCSE 2014 is open!

Early registration ends February 5th, so don't delay!

Hey Folks - 

We're looking for people to review poster submissions for SIGCSE 2014. You don't have to have been a paper reviewer, and it is ok if you were a paper reviewer.

If you are interested, please contact poster chair, Mike Helmick -

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Interested in submitting a paper for SIGCSE 2014? We've got some information for you:

(There's information for panels, special sessions, workshops and BOFs too!)

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Here's the logo you voted on in Denver. We'll see you in March 2014 in Atlanta!

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Google Code Jam 2012 is coming up! Share this with your students.
Registration for Google Code Jam 2012 begins next week!

Since 2003, Google Code Jam has brought together professional and student programmers from the world over to solve tough algorithmic puzzles. Last year over 30,000 coders competed, but only Japan's rng..58 walked away with the grand prize: the title of Code Jam Champion, and a hefty $10,000 reward.

Who will sit atop the scoreboard at the end of this year's battle? Will it be you?

The competition consists of four online rounds, culminating in the world finals. This year, the final round will be held at Google’s office in New York City, USA this July.

Google Code Jam FAQs:


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Please take a moment to fill out a symposium evaluation before you go home. #sigcse

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The slide's from Fred Brooks' keynote are now available on the #sigcse 2012 Web site.

For those of you tweeting - or Google+-ing, please use the hashtag #sigcse for you posts.

What did you think of the keynote by Frederick Brooks this morning? #sigcse
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