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Mines students place 2nd in Windward Code Wars 2014 Competition

Christopher Painter-Wakefield, Teaching Associate Prof

Students Espen Roth, Daniel Mawhirter, and Han Tran, team name "Over Developed", placed second overall in the Windward Code Wars 2014 programming competition. In the Windward Code Wars, teams from various universities have eight hours to create an artificial intelligence which will compete head to head to achieve the highest score on a task. Team Over Developed first won the local Mines competition in a field of five teams, then went on to compete in the Grand Finals against 34 other teams.

Dr. Christopher Painter-Wakefield was the faculty advisor for the competition, and local company Ricoh sponsored the competition by providing food for the teams.

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