Topcoder in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad is excited to announce the Humblefool Cup Algorithm Match in fond memory of Harsha Suryanarayana (humblefool), one of the best programmers from India.
humblefool was one of the first Indian red coders on Topcoder. He had been a member of Topcoder since 2005, and he was a proud graduate of Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad. He was a fantastic competitor, participating in challenges across multiple tracks. More than that, he was a great community member and gave back to the community in countless ways. humblefool personally trained and motivated many other members to participate in SRMs and Marathon Matches.
Humblefool Cup is organized every year to commemorate his legacy.
How to compete?
This contest is only open to members currently enrolled in a University/College. You must have a valid college/university registration/ID card to claim the prize.
There will be two rounds : Qualifying Round and Onsite Finals
Qualifying Round – 21st Feb 201 9:00 PM
- This round will be conducted alongside SRM 709. To participate in the Humblefool Cup you have to enter the Humblefool Cup Round.
- The top 30 students located in India will be invited to compete onsite at Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad.
- The best ranked student in the qualifying round (not located in India) will be awarded $100 prize money.
- The top 30 best students from the qualifying round will compete onsite to win the Humblefool Cup Trophy and $400 in cash and goodies. The finalists will also receive Topcoder Humblefool Cup t-shirts.
$100 for the best performer not located in India.
$400 for the onsite event winners.
Excited to compete? Register here.