What is International Olympiad in Informatics?
The International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) is the world’s most prestigious computer science competition for secondary school students.
Why learn data structures and algorithms?
The IOI is all about data structures and algorithms. Learning data structures and algorithms helps you get better at solving complex problems and win the IOI.
Why you need expert teachers to win the IOI
Teaching data structures and algorithms requires highly specialized skills. All our IOI teachers have extensive experience and are experts in the domain.
Benefits of learning data structures and algorithms
Solve complex programming challenges
Learn to write clean, effective, and highly optimized code
Win coding competitions including the IOI
Start your journey to become a data scientist
Pathway to career in software engineering
Ace interviews with top-notch companies
Master data structures and algorithms
Learn the basics of data structures and algorithms (DSA), master algorithmic programming techniques, and apply your newly-learned skills to win the IOI
What you’ll learn
Algorithms, data structures basics
Numbers and mathematics
Recursion, arrays, graphs
Binary search trees
Searching and sorting algorithms
Backtracking, greedy algorithms
Skills you’ll gain
Algorithmic skills, techniques
Data structure skills, techniques
Competitive coding skills
What you’ll achieve
IOI Algorithms Certification
Python Developer Certification
Coding Champion Certification
Badges and leaderboard rankings
Preparation for competitions
Lifetime community access
Exclusive access to competitions
Activities to master data structures and algorithms
Two odd occurring numbers
If you are given a list of numbers in which all numbers occur at even times except two, write a program to find those two numbers.
Generate all substrings of a given string
Write a program that generates all the possible substrings from any string entered by the user.
Swap two numbers without using third variable
Write a program to swap two numbers without using a third variable using Bitwise operators.
STEM.org Accredited Educational Experience
What is STEM.org?
STEM.org Educational Research (SER) is the longest continually operating STEM education research and credentialing organization that has served over 4,500 schools, districts, and organizations in over 25 countries.
Who gets STEM.org Accreditation?
The STEM.org Accreditation is awarded to institutions that develop 21st century skills, have an original curriculum revolving around STEM, adequately incorporate technology into classes, and offer hands-on STEM-based activities.
What does STEM.org Accreditation mean?
STEM.org Accreditation is awarded by STEM.org Educational Research (SER) after thoroughly examining and evaluating the educational institution’s curriculum, teachers, and courses for efficiency, effectiveness, and quality.
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Code Battle #1 Winner, Grade 11
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