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Google Hash Code 2017 – Online Qualification Round Schedule

19:00 EET:

  • The hub will open to the public
  • People can view the live stream (Nat & Lo videos) on the video projector
  • Teams can set themselves up with the help of the volunteers

19:30 EET:

  • Live stream starts

19:45 EET:

  • Task will be made available, competition starts
  • Scoreboard will be displayed on the video projector
  • Participating teams will be confirmed in the Judge System

23:30 EET:

  • End of the competition
  • Announcement of the score for the local teams

00:00 EET:

  • The hub will close

 

Hashtag for the competition #hashcode2017

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Google Hash Code 2017 Limassol Cyprus – Call for participation

We’ll be hosting a hub at the Cyprus University of Technology for the Online Qualification Round of Hash Code, a team-based programming competition created by Google for university students and industry professionals. The Online Qualification Round takes place on the 23rd of February at 19:30 EET and registered teams from Cyprus are invited to participate from our hub, which will take place at the Labs of the University. Top scoring teams from the Online Qualification Round will then be invited to Google’s Paris office to compete in the Final Round of the competition in April.

If you’re interested in joining our hub, find a team (two to four people) and register at g.co/hashcode. Make sure to select Cyprus University of Technology from the list of hubs in the Judge System.

For more information about this and other hubs in Cyprus (including the twin event in Nicosia) visit https://goo.gl/XSfUPv

Hash Code 2017 Limassol Cyprus – Facebook Event

Thanks!

Address:

Cyprus University of Technology
Room: ΚΧΕ 1 - Computer Lab
Polyxeni Loizia and Eleni Autonomou Building (Old Cadastre)
Athinon Street
Limassol

Τεχνολογικό Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου
Δωμάτιο: ΚΧΕ 1 -  Εργαστήριο Ηλεκτρονικών Υπολογιστών
Κτήριο Πολυξένη Λοϊζία και Ελένη Αυτονόμου (Παλιό Κτηματολόγιο)
Οδός Αθηνών
Λεμεσός

Date and Time:

23 February 2017
From: 19:30 EET
To: 23:30 EET

Free Amenities Offered

High speed Internet access
Wi-Fi access to the Internet for your mobile devices (personal computers and smart phones)
Lab computers will be available for use by the participants
Food in the form of snacks and beverages will be available outside the labs


Google Hash Code 2017 Nicosia Cyprus – Call for participation

We’ll be hosting a hub at the University of Cyprus for the Online Qualification Round of Hash Code, a team-based programming competition created by Google for university students and industry professionals. The Online Qualification Round takes place on the 23rd of February at 19:30 EET and registered teams from Cyprus are invited to participate from our hub, which will take place at the Computer Science Department. Top scoring teams from the Online Qualification Round will then be invited to Google’s Paris office to compete in the Final Round of the competition in April.

If you’re interested in joining our hub, find a team (two to four people) and register at g.co/hashcode. Make sure to select University of Cyprus from the list of hubs in the Judge System.

For more information about this and other hubs in Cyprus (including the twin event in Limassol) visit https://goo.gl/XSfUPv

Hash Code 2017 Nicosia Cyprus – Facebook Event

Thanks!

Address:

Rooms: 101, 102, 103
Department of Computer Science,
Pure and Applied Sciences (FST-01)
University of Cyprus
1 University Avenue
2109 Aglantzia, CYPRUS

Date and Time:

23 February 2017
From: 19:30 EET
To: 23:30 EET

Free Amenities Offered

High speed Internet access
Wi-Fi access to the Internet for your mobile devices (personal computers and smart phones)
Lab computers will be available for use by the participants
Food in the form of snacks and beverages will be available outside the labs

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Creating an MD5 hash of a string in bash

Make sure that you are not including the new line character (\n) as well in your string, there are cases where it might be included without you explicitly writing it.
For example if you use the output of an echo command in bash, it will automatically add a new line character to the end and will cause your hash to be not the one you would like to have.
For example, the MD5 hash of ‘bytefreaks.net’ (without the quotes) should be 16c00d9cfaef1688d4f2ddfb11b60f46 but if you execute the following you will see you will get a different result.
echo 'bytefreaks.net' | md5sum
01c46835dcb79be359e0b464ae6c6156 -

To avoid this error, use the -n option for echo that will direct the command not to output a trailing new line character.
echo -n 'bytefreaks.net' | md5sum
16c00d9cfaef1688d4f2ddfb11b60f46 -