Association of Information Technology Professionals
Region 3 Student Conference hosted by
Amarillo College
andOklahoma Panhandle State University

AITP Region 3 Student Conference

Building a Future in Information Technology

C# Programming Contest

Overview

Last Updated: 3/16/2016 to include statement specifically disallowing jQuery, Bootstrap, etc.

Commercial off the shelf (COTS) solutions are available to fill many business needs; however, companies frequently have very specific needs that can only be filled with custom, in house applications. The C# Programming contest gives participants a chance to fill these needs and give their company a strategic advantage by developing rich client applications using Microsoft’s .Net platform.

Team Composition

Your team may be made up of 1-2 students. Each member can bring your own computer(BYOC).

Schedule

This contest will take place on Friday, October 21, 2016 from 12:00 ‐ 3:00 PM

Skills

The problem statement may include (but not limited to) topics from the following list:

Resources

Internet access is allowed for research, but you must write you own code – no external libraries or pre-written libraries are allowed, including those such as jQuery and Bootstrap. The one exception to this is the NUnit Testing Framework

Protocol

Teams will be given the problem statement at the beginning of the contest time. Time will be allowed to read the problem statement and ask any questions in a common session. Once the question & answer time has closed, no further questions will be answered. At the end of the contest period, each team will be asked to submit a copy their solution (all source code/resources and compiled application) for judging.

Scoring

Your submission must compile in order to be evaluated

Past Problem Statements

Contest Page