Operation: Code Clash (OCC) is a FREE team-based programing competition for high school students (grades 9-12). It takes place entirely on-line. The goal of Operation: Code Clash is to provide high school students with a fun yet challenging competition that is often only available at the university/college level.
Operation: Code Clash is different from most other competitions in that teams complete against one another on a virtual field of play. Teams are presented with a single mission – a game – and must create a program to play the game. In some ways, it is a virtual version of popular robotics competition formats such as FIRST Robotics Competition and is inspired by college-level competitions such as MIT’s Battlecode.
Team Sign-up is open NOW and more information is available on the website: operationcodeclash.org
Kick-off is September 27, 2014 at noon EDT!!!
Feel free to ask questions here OR on the Operation: Code Clash forum available via the website.
While not limited to FIRST Robotics Teams, we’re sure there will be some “friendly” competition between the incredible programming talents on FRC teams throughout the US and Canada!!!