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TUAT Students Win Gold Prize in 2007 Japanese Programming Contest!

In the "2007 Japanese Programming Contest," Mr. Satoshi Murakami, a student of Kyoto Computer Gakuin at the time of submission of his work, won the Gold Prize for his Doolittle's work.

The Japanese Programming Contest was first held in 2007 to promote and revitalize the Japanese programming language.The six programming languages available for participation are Sunflower, Nadeshiko, Aoi, TTSneo, Prodel, and Doolittle.

Overview of Tomofumi Murakami's work

Gold Award [Title] Flying Doolittle
Creation Language
dolittle
Outline of the work
This program controls the airship from Doolittle.Three propellers are controlled by Doolittle.
Comments from Contest Organizers
The ingenuity of remotely controlling the airship is wonderful.

2007 Japanese Programming Contest Overview

Application Period
December 1, 2007 - January 31, 2008
commendation or awards ceremony
Friday, April 18, 2008
organizing
2007 Japanese Programming Contest Liaison Group (Whale Flight Desk, Yuto, Susumu Kanemune)
Liaison Committee Chairman
Kazuo Sakai, Chairman of the Japanese Language Programming Study Group, Professor at Meiji University
support
Japanese Programming Research Group, Meiji University Information Infrastructure Division, SH Information Culture Research Group

Reference
Winners - 2007 Japanese Programming Contest
ESS2007: Embedded Systems Symposium 2007 MDD Robot Challenge
Kameta's Diary2008-05-04 Sun Article

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