At the 2007 Japanese Programming Contest, Satoshi Murakami (Kyoto Computer Gakuin student at the time of submission) received the Gold Award for Dolittle's work.
The Japanese programming contest was held for the first time in 2007 to promote and promote the Japanese programming language.There are six programming languages that you can participate in: Sunflower, Nadeshiko, Tsuji, TTSneo, Prodel, and Dolittle.
Outline of Satoshi Murakami's work
- Gold Award [Title] Flying Dolittle
- Creation language
- Outline of the work
- This program controls the airship from Dolittle.I control three propellers with Dolittle.
- Comments from contest organizers
- The idea to remotely control the airship is amazing.
Outline of 2007 Japanese Programming Contest
- Application period
- December 1, 2007-January 31, 2008
- Awards ceremony
- April 18, 2008 (Friday)
- “2007 Japanese Programming Contest Liaison Meeting” (Whale Flying Machine, Yuto, and Munejin Kane)
- Liaison Chair
- Mr. Kazuo Sakai (Chairman of the Japanese Programming Association / Professor at Meiji University)
- Japanese Programming Study Group, Meiji University Information Technology Division, SH Information Culture Study Group