About the event
Problem-solving is undoubtedly one of the most important skills a programmer should have🦾. If you don't know how to start or if you're stuck with data structures, then seize this opportunity✨.
The “Art of Problem Solving” was a four week online event on the basics of programming and problem solving in the month of december conducted by the codechef chapter leads of Sahyadri along with the main speaker of this event Mr. Prakhyath Rai.
This Winter December❄️ every Friday, you'll learn to ace your problem-solving skills.
Prakhyath Rai is a Data Analyst at the MResult. With constant regard and dedication for teaching, He's been helping students excel at programming since he was 18. Problem-solving is one of the most important skills you can have, especially as a programmer. In this series of sessions, he will be teaching problem solving and programming.
Time: 08:00 PM IST - 10:00 PM IST
Since this is a community driven event, there is no fee to attend the workshop but attendance is mandatory if you are registering for the workshop to avoid blacklisting for future workshops.
Every Friday in December from 08:00 - 10:00 PM virtually from your place.
Trainers and Mentors
- Prakhyath Rai, Data Analyst at MResult
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Post Event Report
This was the first event we had conducted alongside codechef and was pretty successful. We welcomed about 200 students to the event who were very active during the sessions. We rewarded the students who were active with stickers from Hack-Club. Many were also excited because we had called upon Prakhyath Rai, who used to teach here at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management. He was loved by most of his students for his love for teaching students programming. To conclude the event a small competitive programming contest was held with a few goodies and laddus from codechef and Hack Club for the winners.
We did experience a few problems like connectivity issues since it was conducted online and had to reschedule a few of the sessions being conducted during the event due to internals and christmas.
We had about 250 students register for the event, most of them were 1st year students as the event was focused on beginners but we also had a few first and decond years help out the juniors during the event.
The students have been very active since they were beginners and interested in the event. The students were very happy with the swags they received. We got good feedback from the students, they wanted more workshops to be conducted for them in the future.
We did experience some technical difficulties due to poor connectivity. We also had to reschedule some of the sessions due to internals and christmas
We were able to provide the students with a really good first experience of a workshop. They responded very well and were excited about more workshops to be conducted in the future. We were able to reach out to many first years and guide them well. Since this was our first workshop in association with codechef and since it went very well we will be conducting many more in the days to come.