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In The Brain of Seyi Akin-Olugbemi: TSQER: The Evolution of Code

*To register for this event, please go here*

Why build TSQER? In Seyi’s words he wants to “make competitive programming sexy”.

TSQER was built to make competitive programming more fluid, dynamic, interactive and representative of the way real-time communication and collaboration occurs today.

Hopefully this will also broaden the appeal of competitive programming and TSQER will become the place to compare yourself as a coder.

The objectives of this workshop are to:
give the community a sneak preview into TSQER by creating and responding to a few TSQs.
give the system a good ol’ test.
get feedback.
get everyone excited about a great way for coders to show and share their skills.

This is not an official London HTML5 User Group meeting, just a free event we thought you'd like!

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  • Paulo S.

    I liked the idea of tsqer a lot. I think it has good potential.
    Not many people attended, but that made it the more interactive, and gave me the opportunity to know the presenters better.

    July 13, 2012

  • ij

    yo mates, whats a TSQER?

    July 11, 2012

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