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Deltix Round, Autumn 2021 (Div. 1 + Div. 2) (Rated for Everybody, 100 Prize + 100 Random T-Shirts!)

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Attention! The round starts on [Sunday, November, 28, 2021 14:35 ]. Hello, {NAME}. I'm glad to invit

[DELTIX] Attention! The round starts on [Sunday, November, 28, 2021 14:35 (UTC)](. Hello, {NAME}. I'm glad to invite you to take part in the third round of Codeforces Deltix Rounds — [Deltix Round, Autumn 2021 (Div. 1 + Div. 2)](. It will be a joint round for Div.1 and Div.2 participants. The round will be rated for all participants. The contest duration is 2 hours 30 minutes. The allowed programming languages are C/C++, Pascal, Java, C#, Python, Ruby, Perl, PHP, Haskell, Scala, OCaml, Go, D, JavaScript, Rust and Kotlin. [DELTIX]( — one of the market leaders in software development for financial research and products for systematic and algorithmic trading. In 2020 DELTIX joined the EPAM family. Their mission is to turn promising ideas into breakthrough products fast. In the DELTIX team they value skills like knowledge of algorithms, high-performance coding, low latency data streams processing and etc. [Fill out a short contact form]( if you are interested in an internship and/or employment opportunities or would like to speak with recruiters or members of the DELTIX team. At stake: - 1st place = Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 - 2nd place = Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ - 3rd place = Samsung Galaxy Watch4 - 1-100: branded t-shirts - Another 100 t-shirts will be distributed randomly between participants outside the top-100 but within the top-1000 and who participated in rated Codeforces rounds before. [Register Now →]( The round writers are [AleXman111](, [4llower](, [Nebuchadnezzar](, and [Vladik](. Do not miss the round! The round will be held on the rules of Codeforces, so read the rules ([here]( and [here]() beforehand. The round will be for newcomers and participants from the both divisions. [Want to compete?]( Do not forget to [register for the contest]( and check your handle on the registrants page. The registration will be closed 5 minutes before the contest. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me on the pages of [Codeforces](. If you no longer wish to receive these emails, click to unsubscribe. Wish you high rating, MikeMirzayanov and Codeforces team

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