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Toronto Code Retreat

Welcome to Code Retreat Toronto! 

This is a chance to learn new techniques, languages, and practices from each other by pairing to solve a pre-determined problem. 

There are typically three sessions of 45 minutes. Each session involves pairing with a new partner to work from scratch on that night's problem. New programmatic constraints may be introduced with each session for those interested in challenging themselves.

Make sure to bring a laptop and have your development environment ready for the type of coding you'd like to be doing.




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  • A former member
    A former member

    Can't make it until 7. Any point of trying to make it in for this session?

    October 10, 2013

    • dann

      You'll be able to make 2 out of the 3 sessions -- 2/3rds of the fun!

      October 10, 2013

  • dann

    Just a heads up: OpenCare has offered to sponsor pizza for us tonight, so bring your appetites in addition to your laptops.

    October 10, 2013

  • dann

    Hey gang! For tomorrow's problem we're going to try something experimental: a mashup of the Collatz sequence and 2D cellular automata. You can see a graphical example of it here: http://daimio.org/demos/automata/sans-collatz.html

    Standard Game of Life disclaimers apply -- the important part is the data modeling and algorithms, don't worry about the display side (unless you're in to that kind of thing).

    If it proves too easy then as a bonus you can try to detect cycles, and as a bonus bonus you can automate the cataloging of cycles and offsets.

    Looking forward to seeing you all there!

    October 9, 2013

  • Aaron M.

    C++ anyone?

    September 24, 2013

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