The Fall Challenge is upon us. Who will triumph this time?
- […insert your name here…]
- _Royale (#1 in Bot programming leaderboard)
- Skril (#1 in Contest leaderboard)
- eulerscheZahl (our most eXPerienced user)
- Saelyos (winner of the last Spring challenge)
- A newcomer, signed up for CG only this November
- A North Korean hacker group (by cracking the leaderboard and skipping the arena)
- D. Knuth
- an other, equally important member of the community, who was left out from this list only by my pure and unforgivable negligence
Well, I am hesitating between D. Knuth and N. Korea. No offense to _Royale and others but those answers are much more funny .
I also consulted some experts…
Of course AutomatonNN is voting for me.
Why N. Korean instead of Chinese hackers?
@AntiSquid Exactly what I thought at first, but I was afraid to say it. I thought about Russia too. But the real danger might be Lithuania, they are already swarming CG leaderboards…
Please leave your country’s name in the logs, so we can decide this important question based on facts and not on prejudice or bias.
PS: or even better, don’t try to hack CG, we like it too much…
PS2: but luckily they don’t read this forum, otherwise their vote count would stand at 9 billion instead of 0…
I have one slightly off-topic question though. Anybody knows if there is a recoding of @reCurse 's stream from 2 years ago (was during a contest). I read he says he had like 1.5 k viewers.
I am interested to see it, because I may learn a thing or too. I never thought coding could be popular enough to be streamed. But things are not so bad as I thought. For example TSM (League of Legends) hand-picked Hikaru Nakamura recently (chess player) just because he streams a lot, even though TSM themselves are not that interested in chess. And I also watch live streams of chess tournaments.
I really curious to see what a top codingamer’s stream looks like.
Arigato gozaimasu @eulerscheZahl -san.