U.K. student crowned Excel world champion
We suspect the mental agility required to become Excel world champion would also equip you for world domination, or hacking computers using your mind.
Rebecca Rickwood, a 15-year-old student from Cambridge, has been crowned the Microsoft Excel world champion, the BBC reports.
Spreadsheet whiz Rebecca beat 78 rival students in the final round in a competition that saw 228,000 hopefuls from 57 countries competing for the title using Excel 2007. For her troubles, she was awarded $5,000.
We didn't know competitive spreadsheet construction was a thing, but we were fools--the brain-melting challenge involves performing timed challenges, demonstrating that contestants possess the Excel skills to pay the bills, presumably without using Clippy.
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