Google Code Jam is Google’s longest-running global coding competition, where programmers of all levels put their skills to the test.
This is the 18th year of Google Code Jam, & Contestants advance through four online-hosted rounds to compete at the annual Code Jam World Finals that are held at a different international Google office each year.
Competitors work their way through a series of online algorithmic puzzles to earn a spot at the World Finals, all for a chance to win the championship title and $15,000.
The Online Qualification Round is on the 26th of March. It lasts 30 hours and it is just a qualification round.
Once you do, you’ll advance to Online Round 1. You are offered three sub-rounds for Round 1, and you can compete in as many as it takes for you to finish in the top 1,500 of any of these rounds.
The top 1,500 from each sub-round move on to compete for a spot in the top 1,000 contestants of Code Jam Online Round 2.
These top 1,000 contestants advance to Online Round 3 and earn a limited edition Code Jam t-shirt.
The top 25 contestants from Code Jam Online Round 3 will compete in the Virtual World Finals for the championship title.
To participate in Google Code Jam, you must be at least eighteen (18) years old or the age of majority in your country of residence at the time of your initial registration for Google Code Jam.
In addition to this, you also need
- access to the Internet, and
- a valid Google account.
- Online Qualification Round: March 26, 2021
- Round 1A: 10 April 2021
- Round 1B: 25 April 2021
- Round 1C: May 1, 2021
- Round 2: May 15, 2021
- Round 3: June 5, 2021
- World Finals: August 7, 2021
You are eligible to receive one (1) t-shirt if you are one of the 1,000 highest-ranked contestants from Code Jam Round 2.
|1st Place||$15,000 USD|
|2nd Place||$2,000 USD|
|3rd Place||$1,000 USD|
|4th – 25th Place||$100 USD|
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