The Colleges we invited to the Intercollegiate Code War

We’ve been asked by several people what schools we’ve invited. We invited the following schools as they tend to be the ones on most top 10 lists for computer science. We figured this would be a fun competition between the top schools where the contest could be over programming instead of sports.

If you attend any of the schools that have not accepted yet (including those that have declined), please lobby your computer science department to accept. If they are interested, please contact me at david@windward.net or call at 303-499-2544 x1185.

Boston University Accepted!
California Institute of Technology declined
Carnegie Mellon University Accepted!
Cornell University Accepted!
Georgia Tech University Accepted!
Harvey Mudd Accepted!
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Accepted!
Penn State University  
Princeton University students on break
Purdue University Accepted!
Stanford University Accepted!
University of California at Berkeley  
University of California at Los Angelos  
University of Cambridge (UK) declined
University of Illinois Accepted!
University of Maryland declined
University of Massachusetts Accepted! 
University of Oxford (UK)  
University of Texas at Austin declined
University of Toronto (Canada) Accepted!
University of Washington  
University of Wisconsin Accepted!

9 Responses to The Colleges we invited to the Intercollegiate Code War

  1. Hi Zach;

    Is there a major “top 10 computer science schools” list that includes Virginai Tech? If so please post the url and we’ll considering adding them.

    thanks – dave

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  4. Alan;

    We were working from the previous years list (this got started sometime ago). We did ask Cal-Tech (because of their relationship with Harvey Mudd) and they declined. If you go there, please ask the department to reconsider.

    We will reach out to UCLA.

    thanks – dave

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