- Computer Science
- Class of 2012
- Zimmerman, MN
2011 Nov 14
University of Minnesota, Morris students excelled at the 2011 Digi-Key Collegiate Computing Competition. Team Quantum Bogosort took first place. Team Ghost Ducks took first place and second place in the Blenders competitions that combine speed and trivia skills. Twenty-one teams participated in the invitational competition.
Jeff Lindblom, ' 12, Zimmerman, computer science major. Lindblom is a member of Team Quantum Bogosort.
Morris teams have taken first place at Digi-Key four times in the past six years, taking the lead for the most wins since Digi-Key started the competition in 2000.
The event sponsor, Digi-Key, is an international distributor of electronic components serving a broad range of industries including automotive, communications, energy/renewable energy, industrial, medical equipment, transportation, military/aerospace, and research and development. The corporation is located in Thief River Falls.
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