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Microsoft Researchers on 2013 ICFP Competition

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The ICFP Programming Contest tests the skills of teams from around the world to complete a series of tasks to address an extremely challenging scenarios in program synthesis. The contestants can use any programming language or tool they prefer and the results are tested using MSR's Z3 theorem prover. Bragging rights are shared by the winners as well as the programming language used to find the best solution. 

This year the 16th annual ICFP Programming Contest was organized by members of the Research in Software Engineering (RiSE) group at Microsoft Research. Principal Researcher Tom Ball and Researcher Michal Moskal walk us through the event. 

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MSR, RiSE, Z3, Contests

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