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Here is an outline of how we think about Toph, the recent bitter experiences, and the future of potential.

Building Toph has been a long journey, and it has come so far because of the trust that so many people has put on Toph. We understand that there have had been some problems during the recent on-site contests. We want to assure everyone that we are swift at addressing these issues. And, the discoveries of the recent bugs and misconfigurations have been no different.

We want to thank everyone for their support through this journey, now and in the future.

Toph believes in transparency when it comes to these situations. We are always happy to answer questions and keep you informed about the progress we make addressing the problems. And this is our first step in becoming more open in communication with the community.

Your queries and feedback are always welcome.

You can learn more about the details of the issues and what we did to prevent it from happening in the future in this Toph Community post.

The Tough Dash, April 2019 Results

shantanu404, NJRafi, and shahed95 secured the top 3 ranks in The Tough Dash, April 2019 contest. They solved all 4 problems.

Nasif_44th was the first to solve problem A, C, and D. tahsin_protik was the first to solve problem B. And, shantanu404 was the first to solve problem E, the first interactive problem on Toph.

The final standings can be found here.

All 5 problems have been added to the archive under the Easy Problems category.

Top Solvers of March 2019

Congratulations to mushfiqur303 (82), Jakaria_MU (77), and code_fires (77) for solving the most problems during the month of February 2019.

The Tough Dash, March 2019 Results

YouKnowWho, aaman007, and Rizon_sunny secured the top 3 ranks in The Tough Dash, March 2019 contest. They solved all 4 problems.

YouKnowWho was the first to solve all 4 problems.

The final standings can be found here.

All 4 problems have been added to the archive under the Easy Problems category.

Top Solvers of February 2019

Congratulations to subhashis_cse (50), syed_jafrul (49), and bhowmick (44) for solving the most problems during the month of February 2019.

The Tough Dash, February 2019 Results

kimiyuki, fire_tornado, and mahadi97 secured the top 3 ranks in The Tough Dash, February 2019 contest. They solved all 4 problems.

kimiyuki was the first to solve problems A, B and D. ikaadil was the first to solve problem C.

The final standings can be found here.

All 4 problems have been added to the archive under the Easy Problems category.

Top Solvers of January 2019

Congratulations to dirtybytes (53), emoncse (47), and subhashis_cse (44) for solving the most problems during the month of January 2019.

How the BACS Contest Helped Us Improve Toph

The engineering team behind Toph has been hard at work to improve Toph based on the experience of BACS Regional Programming Camps 2017 Selection Contest and the feedback from the participants.

You can learn more about the changes Toph has gone through over the last few days here: https://furqansoftware.com/blog/bacs-contest-improve-toph/.

The Tough Winter Spar, 2016 Results

Thank you everyone for participating in The Tough Winter Spar, 2016!

Congratulations to IamHot, imranziad, mahbubcseju, math10 and sahedsohel for securing the top 5 ranks. Check out the contest standings and the ten problems. You can also unlock the editorial of each problem from the archive.

Finally, we would like to thank the team of problem authors - flash_7, jackal_1586, Kryptonyte, Labib666, pariah, TarifEzaz - who made this contest possible.

The Tough Summer Spar, 2016 Results

The Tough Summer Spar, 2016 was Toph’s first 10 day long contest. We hope you enjoyed participating in the contest and solving the problems.

Congratulations to bqi343, midnightbird, Bishal_G, sahedsohel and khatribiru for securing the top 5 ranks. Check out the contest standings and the twelve problems. You can find the editorial of this contest here.

Since this was our very first long contest, there were a few hiccups that we failed to anticipate. It was an interesting lesson for us when we realized that the entire team goes to bed at the same time - leaving clarifications unanswered for a long time :) But, if there is one thing we are good at it is learning from our mistakes.

Finally, we would like to thank the team of problem authors - flash_7, jackal_1586, Kryptonyte, Labib666, TarifEzaz - who made this contest possible.

ProgKriya May'16 Results

Thank you everyone for participating in the second ProgKriya contest on Toph. We have come to know that there were power outages during the contest due to storm in many places. We really appreciate that many of you have participated in the contest nonetheless.

Congratulations to Labib666, aaaaaa, midnightbird, Matrix.code and rumman13 for securing the top 5 ranks in ProgKriya May’16. And kudos to the amazing performance from everyone else as well. ProgKriya will reach out to the eligible participants shortly regarding their prizes.

There were 7 problems in the contest:

… and only 1 was unsolved. Some of the problems turned out to be deceptively difficult. 122 participants managed to solve Version Checker perfectly.

And thanks to the amazing team of problem authors - faiyaz26, forthright48, himuhasib, nfssdq, SakibulMowla, raihatneloy - and ProgKriya who made this contest possible.

Anyone who is familiar with sport programming is, very likely, already aware of the amazing community that has grown around it.

Toph is a sport programming platform aimed at those who find programming and solving interesting problems to be extremely gratifying. It is new, and so quirks and issues are bound to surface. However, we are working day and night to improve the platform, and your overall experience with it. If you have any feedback, drop us a line.

At this moment, Toph supports a handful of programming languages. We are actively working to increasing this number. At the same time, we will be tweaking the flags and various parameters of the existing programming languages to make sure that the compilers behave in as much of a sane manner as possible. During this time, we are open to suggestions for what programming language you would like Toph to support and how you think they should be configured.

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