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Friday, October 13, 2006

Google Announces Global Code Jam 2006 Finalists

On sept. 25, Google released the Global code Jam finalists. From this list we can have some idea of It education in the world, especially the computer science education.

Students from more than 100 countries registered the global competition, but coders from only 23 countries entered the final contest that will happen on Oct. 27 in New York.

The following list comes from Google. For more details, you can refer the source.

The Finalists

Petr Mitrichev, Russian Federation
Andrey Stankevich, Russian Federation
Hubert Hwang, United States
Michal Forisek, Slovakia
Mike Mirzayanov, Russian Federation
Tomasz Czajka, United States
Jimmy Mrdell, Sweden
Mikhail Dvorkin, Russian Federation
TianCheng Lou, China
Pawel Gawrychowski, Poland
Marcin Michalski, Poland
Marcin Pilipczuk, Poland
Robin Nittka, Germany
Semen Dyatlov, Russian Federation
Andrey Lazarev, Russian Federation
Pablo Heiber, Argentina
Nikolay Permyakov, Russian Federation
Witold Jarnicki, Poland
Rui Li, China
Pavel Mavrin, Russian Federation
Michael Levin, Russian Federation
Jiangwei Yu, China
Tomasz Idziaszek, Poland
Weidong Hu, China
Reid Barton, United States
Luka Kalinovcic, Croatia
Aidin Kashigar, Canada
Denis Nazarov, Russian Federation
Tomasz Kulczynski, Poland
Ivan Romanov, Russian Federation
Yauhen Hanchar, Belarus
Vitaly Goldshteyn, Russian Federation
Bruce Merry, South Africa
Maral Garolera, Spain
Catalin Stefan Tiseanu, Romania
Sergey Nazarov, Russian Federation
Roman Alekseenkov, Russian Federation
Przemek Dbiak, Poland
Dmitry Mescheryakov, Russian Federation
Christoph Schwirzer, Germany
Yi Yang, China
Zeyuan Zhu, China
Ulan Degenbaev, Germany
Paul Jefferys, United Kingdom
Pawel Parys, Poland
Jan Kuipers, Netherlands
Oleg Eterevsky, Russian Federation
Spirichev Maxim, Russian Federation
Evgeny Cherepanov, Russian Federation
Hiep Dinh, United States
Man Hon Chan, Canada
Viacheslav Medvedev, Russian Federation
Dmitry Klenov, Russian Federation
yvind Grotmol, Norway
Jakub Radoszewski, Poland
Michal Bartoszkiewicz, Poland
Vyacheslav Tokarev, Russian Federation
Ivan Krasilnikov, Russian Federation
Sorin Stancu-Mara, Germany
Wolfgang Hess, Germany
Xiantao Jiao, China
Aleksandrs Saveljevs, Latvia
Egor Kulikov, Russian Federation
Rostislav Rumenov, Bulgaria
Cheng Sheng, China
Takahashi Shuhei, Japan
Daniel Czajka, Poland
Yiu Cho Leung, Hong Kong
Ying Wang, United States
Roman Satyukov, Russian Federation
Xiao Hang, China
Yifei Zhang, China
Jason Wolfe, United States
Won-seok Yoo, Republic of Korea
David Narum, Norway
Emilian Miron, Romania
Roman Elizarov, Russian Federation
Yuriy Znovyak, Ukraine
Dmitry Korolev, Russian Federation
Lukas Polacek, Slovakia
Per Austrin, Sweden
Yiming Li, China
Sergey Bankevich, Russian Federation
Michael Haddox-Schatz, United States
Frank Chu, Canada
Konstantin Azarov, Russian Federation
Sergei Pupirev, Russian Federation
Adrian Kuegel, Germany
Xiaoshi Lu, China
Nikolay Archak, Russian Federation
Erik-Jan Krijgsman, Netherlands
Shixi Chen, China
Slava Romanov, Russian Federation
David Pritchard, Canada
Alexey Zhevak, Russian Federation
Andrey Khalyavin, Russian Federation
JongMan Koo, Republic of Korea
Peter Kosinar, Slovakia
Maks Verver, Netherlands
Jan Oravec, Slovakia

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