Microsoft College Puzzle Challenge is an annual puzzle-solving contest held simultaneously on college campuses across North America. Teams compete by racing to solve puzzles with prizes awarded to the fastest teams at each school. This year, College Puzzle Challenge 2008 held at 16 locations with 24 universities across the United States and Canada.
It was printed on the shirts given to the students at the beginning of the event. Again, the answer is a single word. The students weren’t given a clue to help solve it, but if you’re stumped, read on past the jump for a hint that might help. If you think you’ve solved it, post the answer in the comments below. Here’s the hint: Solving this one requires a very rudimentary understanding of computer science.
Source:→ Todd Bishop’s Microsoft Blog