I've invented my own little standard for folk who put source code for algorithms on the web. It's called the Extra Mile Algo Standard , the reason being that it requires the publisher to put a tiny bit more effort into how they present their work. It should be worth it though!
More details are here, together with an example. All comments are very welcome.
A date has been set - September 5th.
...so people often reassure me. But sometimes I do geek-like things, like qualify for Google Code Jam Europe. Booyah!
Interesting read from HowStuffWorks.com about how The Da Vinci Code doesn't work. Well, that's pretty obvious...
Google is starting a "quest" inspired by Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code and is going to offer more than ten thousand prizes. The puzzles will be publish daily on Google Personalized Homepage. "Beginning on April 17th you will embark on a quest that requires skill, intellect, and perseverance. For 24 days, you will encounter unique challenges." Click here for details on The Google Da Vinci Code Q...
Google has launched its Summer of Code. Only students i.e. under 18s can apply but still there are some good ideas here!