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HackyHour[7] on 2016-06-02 #18

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iimog opened this Issue May 7, 2016 · 7 comments

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iimog commented May 7, 2016

discussion is open 馃槂

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iimog commented May 7, 2016

The weekday of future HackyHours is currently up for discussion. Please vote at #19

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iimog commented May 17, 2016

Thursday will be our new weekday for future HackyHours. As the last Thursday of May is holiday we will meet on June, 2nd.

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iimog commented May 18, 2016

Any ideas for the next HackyHour. Of course we will discuss our solutions to the "Skynet: The Chasm" challenge on codingame.com But that will not take too long. If you want to solve it or play around with some other challenges sign up at: codingame.com

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greatfireball commented May 18, 2016

Good idea... And this topic can fill more than one HackyHour @iimog :)

I will not attend the next HackyHour... Maybe, I will prepare a solution for "Skynet: The Chasm" and you can try to understand it :)

Anyway... If you want to join you can also use my invite link

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EzioAuditoredaFirenze commented May 19, 2016

@iimog @greatfireball I managed to solve the "Skynet: The Chasm" challenge. I solved it using logical reasoning rather than the mathematical equation approach that we tried during the last HackyHour. I guess that the use of equations would be much more elegant and effective, so I would be really interested to see other solutions. 馃槂

@greatfireball It's unfortunate that you won't be able to join us for the next HackyHour. 馃槥 . However, I'm really looking forward to see your solution.

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phi-max commented May 30, 2016

after our physics-based approach failed miserably in the Mars Lander challenge last time, we could instead try a control-loop based solution next time. I would be happy to provide a first intro for those not familiar ;)

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iimog commented Jun 9, 2016

Thanks @phi-max for the great introduction to PID-controllers 馃槂

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