Multi-disciplinary teams get together to develop solutions to a specified problem or along a specified theme. Hackathons are typically short, running anywhere from a 8 hours to 1-2 days, and have prizes for participants based on the quality and/or uniqueness of their contributions. Competitions are more variable, and can range from a Hackathon level event up to a semester long event with multiple round and presentations.
Programming meets e-Sports in Terminal, this year's biggest and most exciting coding competition.
Terminal is an online game where players compete by writing algorithms that automate gameplay. Players face off in live e-sports tournaments for $100k+ in cash prizes and exclusive job opportunities.
The Terminal Coding Competition is hosted by RPI ACM-W in partnership with Correlation One, and will now be sponsored by Citadel LLC and Citadel Securities! Apply below for the opportunity to compete and to be considered for internship and full time opportunities with Citadel!