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UltiCoder Programming Contest

Do you love to write code and solve tough problems?   If so, we want  YOU to show us what you've got!!

Register Here for our March 8th 2014 coding competition www.ulticoder.com
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Join us for our First Annual UltiCoder competition on March 8th from 1-5pm for a chance to win a trip for two to Miami PLUS cash prizes. UltiCoder brings together bright-minded people who compete as individuals remotely throughout the US and Canada solving tough  algorithm-based coding problems in an ACM style competition awarding prizes to top performers.

If you are one of the Top 3 winners, you will win a trip for two to South Beach, as well as a cash prize up to $500.

SIGN UP NOW for our March 8th coding competition: www.ulticoder.com

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