Jesse is the co-founder and president of CerealCodes. He has problemset in various USACO contests as well as other contests. He enjoys grinding his life away on Discord, traveling, and watching sports during his free time. He is excited to help organize a fun and enjoyable contest for the competitive programming community!
Mythreya is the co-founder and vice president of CerealCodes, and has been programming competitively for two years. Outside of CerealCodes, he enjoys playing soccer and browsing Codeforces. He is excited to help distribute a high quality contest in order to create a fun contest for participants of all levels.
Aadit Ambadkar is the head of logistics of CerealCodes. He competes in the Gold division in USACO, and also creates content for the USACO Guide. Outside of that, he enjoys math contests and hiking. He is eager to work on creating challenging and fun problems for everyone to solve.
Jerry is the head of web development and co-founder of CerealCodes. Although he is new to competitive programming, he hopes to create a fun and enriching contest experience. In his free time, he enjoys swimming and playing piano.
Timothy is the head of problem development at CerealCodes. He is a Senior at Amador Valley High School who loves competitive programming. As the head of problem-setting, He is thrilled to combine his passion for CP and expertise in algorithms to make a contest with challenging, fun, and thought-provoking questions.
Michael is the backend development lead and a founding member. He is a USACO Gold competitor and a two-time gold medalist in the ACSL International Finals. Outside of programming, he enjoys activities such as tennis and piano. He is very excited to help develop a fun and enjoyable contest for all.
Stanley leads frontend development and is a founding member. He is a rising senior who's passionate about web development, cybersecurity, and competitive programming. He is also a web developer at CPI. Outside of web development, he enjoys playing volleyball.
Ryan has been actively making websites and participating in programming contests such as USACO. Outside of web development and competitive programming, he enjoys drinking boba.
Omkar is an avid coder in his senior year who is passionate about web development, competitive programming, and artificial intelligence. He has worked on projects and applications in several fields, including medical tech, NLP and more. He's also a big sports enthusiast up to date with the latest news of many sports.
Eric is a USACO finalist who decided to join CerealCodes to contribute high-quality problems and encourage students to compete in programming competitions. He is excited to help organize a fun and enjoyable contest for the competitive programming community!
Patrick is a rising sophomore who is interested in competitive programming and has done various programming contests such as USACO and Codeforces. He is also interested in writing competitive programming problems, and hopes to help organize a fun and enjoyable contest for the competitive programming community!
Larry is a dedicated USACO finalist who decided to join CerealCodes to contribute high-quality problems and encourage students to compete in programming competitions. He is excited to make interesting and high quality problems for everyone to enjoy.
Chongtian is a USACO gold division competitor who has written problems for some unofficial programming contests as well as tested some official Codeforces rounds. He is also known for creating problems he can't solve. Besides CerealCodes, his favorite pastime is spamming uwu and blobhearts in discord servers.
Thomas is a USACO Platinum competitor who wanted to join CerealCodes in order to have a platform for problem setting. He is excited to share his problems with you and hopes to help organize a fun and enjoyable contest for the competitive programming community!
Ariel Shehter is a rising senior in the USACO Gold Division who is an aspiring poet. He is excited to help develop some interesting problems for all participants to enjoy!
Soham works on reaching out to companies and organizations for sponsorships and reaching out to schools for potential participants. He is very grateful and excited to help organize this contest for the programming community!
Johnny is a USACO Gold competitor who wants to bring the joy of competitive programming to more students, and he hopes to help distribute a high quality contest in order to create a fun contest for participants of all levels.