As we arrived in Davos a sunburst welcomed us. After the brilliant lunch some enjoyed the slopes of Davos and the others acclimatised to the Alpine school and its rules.
From 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. we had the first practical contest. The quite concrete tasks (hold a mobile in balance, extricate bowls from a big bag, analyse a shuffled playlist and connect groups of cities) led to tricky informatical puzzles.
Daniel Graf, Simon Laube
The second day began with a theoretical warmup test by Richard Kralovic.
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You are no longer allowed to submit your solutions. Thank you for your participation. The results will get published at our annual SOI-Day, which takes place in January.
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