November 13th, 2003, 02:35 AM
Are any university students out there interested in the Computer Science Games?
What are they you may ask?
Where are they?
CS Games is an inter-university competition involving Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Software Engineering students from across North America. For an entire weekend, you will be challenged both individually and cooperatively in a medley of interdisciplinary competitions targeted at students of any undergraduate year, including first years!
It's not just about your IQ. Nor is it just about your hacking talents or how you own everyone at gaming. It's not just about being resourceful in a different environment or being able to work with gurus from across the continent. It's about ALL of the above, and more importantly, it's about having a great time in a great city!
All you need is 6 to 10 undergraduate students from your university.
McGill University in Montreal, Québec, Canada on March 5th, 6th and 7th
Check out the promo videos to see what it is all about
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All this info was taken from: http://www.csgames.org
Check it out!
November 13th, 2003, 03:25 AM
Kinda similiar to AITP conferences, where there are different competetions. i.e Programming, network design, web design, systems alnalsyst, Databse Management. etc.