Welcome to the OW2 International Programming Contest, an opportunity for students from all countries to demonstrate their talent in open-source software engineering by working during 2 months on a topic relating to one or several OW2 projects. The contest aims at promoting teamwork and the ability of college students to study, use and enhance OW2 open-source projects. Based on principles of freedom, sharing and creativity, and aiming at developing international communication and cooperation, the competition is overseen by the OW2 Technology Council, a group of IT professionals and academics from around the world, with hands-on experience on open-source software. - Read more
The 2016 OW2 International Programming Contest Award Conference took place Oct. 12-13 2016 at Beihang University, Beijing, China. The final results and photos are now published.
The Contest 2016 edition is about to start. Team registration is now open (see below). The work period will run from early July to early September. Any student can register.
The teams who will deliver the most convincing work will receive some awards, under the supervision of the OW2 Technology Council who will evaluate the delivered projects along a set of criteria:
In order to register for the Contest, please first make sure that you have an account on this site, either by hitting the Register link, or by becoming an OW2 Individual Member. Then please log-in, choose a team name (it can be changed later) and submit the form below.
The topics proposed in 2015 and 2014 as well as the teams who enrolled are listed on the pages below:
This site serves as a collaborative space for:
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