CodinGame would not be what it is without its community. The platform is yours, and your passion for it makes it alive and helpful. A lot of CodinGamers are presenting great content around CodinGame and we thought it would be very interesting to put them under the spotlight.
You can find the previous episode here.
Get on TV with Matheu Plouffe and AutomateAllTheThings
If you’re lacking determination to finish a puzzle which is giving you a hard time, I invite you to check Matheu Plouffe stream on Twitch: the3rdHunter. The amount of determination he shows to land on Mars using C# is incredible. Definitely inspirational.
“I am a huge fan of the platform you’ve developed! I’m currently in the middle of doing an IT degree that has a very strong emphasis on job readiness, and doesn’t do nearly enough with algorithms and things like that, so CodinGame gives me a chance to work on those skills in a super fun way”
Thank you Matheu Plouffe!
AutomateAllTheThings has been streaming his Clash of Code sessions on Twitch for about a month. He has been playing private clashes with his audience for hours. And even sometimes, here at CodinGame we wanted to be part of it so we joined some clashes… It has been a blast! Really fun!
|[CG]VonRickroll reaction on one of our Slack channels (after submitting his solution indeed)|
“Totally in love with codingame, #gamification of #coding is wonderful”
Link to the Twitch tv of AutomateAllTheThings
Link to the last session of Clash of Code
Optimize your rank with Royale’s and Magus’ tools
Ever wanted to know on which game you should focus to quickly improve your multiplayer ranking? This is now possible thanks to Royale who presented his tool on the forum last month. Yes you have most probably heard the name before: he is the one with Magus competing for the top place in the multiplayer ranking.
With your profile handle (the code that you find in the url on your profile page after “https://www.codingame.com/profile/”), you can discover the amount of coding points you have for each multiplayer and optimization games and how much you can get.
Thank you Royale!
Link to the forum topic
Link to the tool results with my profile as an example (yes there is room for improvement :p )
Once you’re in an arena game, you probably spend a lot of times on the tab “Last Battles” to analyse how your AI behaves. Magus has made your life easier by creating a tool to get statistics on your fights. He shared it last month on the forum.
You just have to input your username, choose the game on which you want to have some statistics. It will give you the win/defeat ratio of your AI against specific players. It can help you to identify bugs or specific flaws in your strategy.
Thank you Magus!
Link to the forum topic
Link to the tool results with my bot in Codebusters as an example (yes I’m not Gold… yet 😉 )
Link to the GitHub project
Watch ElanVB Codebusters time-lapse
“I just wanted to start off with thanks for the great site and competitions. I have gotten a lot of joy out of this community. That said I would like to try give back a bit. I don’t have much to offer but I did take a time lapse of how I programmed and tested my code for the CodeBusters competition.”