In Round 3, you’re given a map (which may contain negative cells) with three special kinds of cells: Jump cells,… Read more Round 3 Challenge
I am pleased to announce the #1 leading team in The James Robertson Memorial Programming Competition (JRMPC). Congratulations to Team… Read more Round 1 — #1 Leading Team
In Round 2, you’re given a map with negative energy values in some cells (coloured blue with more negative values… Read more Round 2 Challenge
A special JRMPC Organiser application is provided for the competition. This application allows you to do the following: Choose a… Read more Round 1 Challenge
Smalltalk is old. Very old. Just like LISP is very old. Just like Forth is very old. Just like Erlang… Read more It’s Not Your Grandparent’s Programming Language
Happy New Year, everybody! Let’s start off the New Year with some commonly asked questions about the competition… Why didn’t… Read more Questions Asked about JRMPC
The T-shirts were shipped this month. Here’s a picture from one of the JRMPC teams: They look great! For those… Read more Wear ’em Proud!
[This question was asked at Quora and Louis Cyphre wrote a great answer. Published with permission.] The conventional answer is… Read more How does Python make thinking in code easier?
My personal Christmas card to the world.
Pharo is a remarkably versatile programming language. It can be used for nearly anything, like back-end web (with Seaside or… Read more Data Visualization in Pharo