16 July 2011 Comments Off

Bunch of Programming Judges…

Some of the online judges designed for programming course are:

  • Moodle Online Judge Plugin, an assignment type for Moodle, which can automatically grade C/C++ assignments.
  • HUSTOJ, HUST Online Judge,C/C++/Pascal/Java/Ruby/Bash/Python supported, an open source OJ system using GPL2.0 license, which support LiveCD mode and FPS format.
  • FPS, Free Problem Set, an open source problemset exchange format based on XML, which providing more than 400 free problems in FPS format.
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15 July 2011 1 Comment

New online judge in Bangladesh

A new online judge is going to start from Bangladesh which is now in test purpose open. This site is developed and owned by Jan-e-Alam, Graduate from DU and he is also an employee of Google. The site, temporarily used for AIUB and DU students practice is better than most of the sites available. You can also solve problem there.


For getting username/pass, mail to jan876_du@yahoo.com with your identity.

(News source: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cuetcoders/)

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1 June 2011 Comments Off

QuestToSolve.Com | A nice attempt to improve problem solving skills

A nice attempt to improve problem solving skills: http://www.questtosolve.com/

“(…)In the spirit of Steven Halim’s World of Seven: Methods to Solve website, that posted the solutions to hundreds of problems for the University of Valladolid (UVa) Online Judge website, we have decided to not only tackle UVa problems in preparation of ACM ICPC competition, but also to post the answers that we find for each problem in the hope that our repository of solutions will be as great an informational resource to programmers everywhere as Steven’s was.

Who are we? Two students majoring in Computing Science from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.(…)”

8 July 2010 Comments Off

Caribbean OJ

The system’s development began in 2006 under the Xtreme Initiative. Then arose the opportunity to become in the COJ (sponsored by the Caribbean Community of the ACM-ICPC) and others people was joined to the small but inspired development team. Since June 2010 the COJ is available on the Internet.

Main goals of the COJ

To provide a space where people of the world can:

- exchange experiences and knowledge,

- test, improve and share theirs problem-solving and programming skills,

- training for programming contests (the ACM-ICPC, the IOI, etc.).