We,at HackerEarth had invited Anudeep Nekkanti, a great competitive programmer from India, to a Competitive programming meetup. He shared his experience about ACM ICPC World Finals at the meetup and talked about what it takes to be in the top league of competitive programming. He shared his piece of advice on general competitive programming as well.He also covered Square Root Decomposition in detail, and how it can be used for problems of various levels.
In this meetup, he covered the following topics :
- Importance of Competitive Programming
- experience about ACM ICPC World Finals
- what it takes to be in the top league of competitive programming
- Interview process at google
- Square root decomposition
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