On February 23, Google Hash Code programming competition, takes place in Tbilisi, Georgia with cooperation of San Diego State University – Georgia, Georgian Technical University and Beeline. Giga Vashakidze, freshman of San Diego State University – Georgia, is the hub organizer.
Google Hash Code is a team-based programming competition organized by Google for students and industry professionals. Google offers a real-life engineering problem to solve in real time.
This year, 250 hubs in Europe, the Middle East and Africa were established. Teams from Georgia will able to join at SDSU-G hub. Hubs are a fun way for participants living in the same area to compete side-by-side during the Online Qualification Round. This is a great way to increase the level of excitement and competition, and allow participants meet new people in the process.
150 people have registered in SDSU-Georgia hub, and 25 of them – girls. They are students from local universities and industry professionals from STEM fields. (STEM fields include professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
Participants will have 4 hours to work on engineering problem, given by Google team, then they will submit their work in Judge System. During the competition, teams can monitor live results of other registered teams in the hub to compare their work and make necessary changes quickly.
All participants have the opportunity to submit their resumes during registration. There might be job proposals from Google for the teams who will perform well in this competition. This is the best place for STEM field professionals to work and all of them are trying to join Google Team.