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  1. DOMjudge: an open source judging system
  2. David Van Brackle
  3. Discouraging freeloaders in group projects
  4. Donna Furon
  5. Educating school children programming in Petrozavodsk State University
  6. Event Feed
  7. Experiments for Data Structures, Algorithms and Strategies Solving Problems based on Programming Contests
  8. Far better Blogging Can You Read All these Tips
  9. Far better Blogging Can You Read These Tips
  10. Far better Blogging Can You See These Tips
  11. Felix Halim
  12. Gamification in Computer Science
  13. Greater Blogging Is Possible See All These Tips
  14. History - ICPC 1993
  15. History - ICPC 1994
  16. History - ICPC 1995
  17. History - ICPC 1996
  18. History - ICPC 1997
  19. History - ICPC 1998
  20. History - ICPC 1999
  21. History - ICPC 2000
  22. History - ICPC 2001
  23. History - ICPC 2002
  24. History - ICPC 2003
  25. History - ICPC 2004
  26. History - ICPC 2005
  27. History - ICPC 2006
  28. History - ICPC 2007
  29. Hosted DOMjudge
  30. ICAT
  31. ICPC CLI 2012
  32. ICPC Challenge Hall of Champions
  33. IMPA: A Challenge-Based University-Level Programming Competition
  34. Informal conversation as a resource in collaborative problem solving
  35. Input format validator
  36. Jaap Eldering
  37. Jeffrey Paone
  38. José Paulo Leal
  39. Lida Kapsülleri
  40. Managed services
  41. Micro-mentoring in the collaborative learning environment
  42. More about auto management software
  43. Much better Blogging Can You Read All these Tips
  44. Next generation of VIVA: vanb’s Input Verification Assistant
  45. Online Programming Judge- Applications for the classroom
  46. Output validator
  47. Pain-free Programming Contest Management
  48. Participating in the ICPC Bolivia experience
  49. Past Participation
  50. Performance of Programs Written in Twelve Programming Languages

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