So you want to do USACO? Make sure you actually like it and aren’t doing it because you want it on your college resume! (See previous article) I’m going to assume that you understand USACO well
This is referencing to UIL computer science programming contests in Texas with PC^2 Common Misconceptions: “Let’s do 1,2,3 first” DO NOT GO IN ORDER There is no pattern in the order of the problems.
When I play piano in front of people, it always makes me nervous, and I almost always mess up. Back when I was younger, I was able to play pieces without making a single mistake,
Swimming butterfly is hard, and uses up a lot of strength to finish, and the 200 is the most brutal (because it’s the longest). Here’s the stuff I learned trying to master the 200 fly:
Ah… Future City…. and the annoying, frustrating model. The model is my least favorite thing to do because of the time required to build the model. Sure, the virtual city usually takes upwards to
Having to do the a Sim City for Future City was really time consuming and confusing. There were so many things you had to keep track of, people to please, pollution to reduce, and money