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Get your coding hats (or whatever helps), because registration is now open for the Google Code Jam. Only 28 days away, the jam offers rounds of coding competitions on "some fiendish algorithmic challenges," with the first place winner taking home a cash prize of $10,000 (and maybe a job offer from Google, too)!

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