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School of Computing hosts ‘Nest-For-Awhile’ team programming challenge

The University of North Florida’s School of Computing and Osprey Competitive Programmers student club will host the ‘Nest for Awhile’ virtual team programming challenge, sponsored by VyStar, on Saturday, Nov. 20.

This contest is open to all UNF students interested in coding and computer programming. Modeled after the global programming contests such as the ICPC and the IEEEXtreme, this competition will provide an opportunity to showcase students’ coding and problem-solving capabilities. The top three teams will be awarded prizes with the top prize being $1,000.

The next coding competition will be open to middle and high school students from the community. For more information, email Dr. Anirban Ghosh, computing assistant professor, at