The winners are:
Derrick Swick, USA - C++
Atuah Baffour, UK - Python
Peter Spicer, UK - PHP
Congratulations to all the participants!
This month, we had our first "Friday, the 13th", the first supposedly unlucky day of the year.
Now, we’re all IT engineers here and logic is hardwired in our brain, so bad luck omens don’t impress us much, do they? We’re not the superstitious kind, that’s for sure. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t help out the superstitious ones around us.
Who can compete?
The competition is open worldwide, to anyone who can write code in any of the following programming languages: Java, .NET, PHP, C/C++, Ruby or Python.
The prize? We will reward the winner’s intelligence and wit with a car camera recorder.
Everything clear? Great, than enroll now and win that prize! We wish you all the bad luck…argh…sorry, we mean all the good luck in the world!
Terms & Conditions of the competition.
Find out how many Friday the 13th are in a given time interval, for example, 2016-2020.
Time: 60 minutes