Ryerson University Joins Pharo Consortium As Academic Partner

I am pleased to announce that Ryerson University joins the Pharo Consortium as an Academic Partner. The Consortium will strengthen Pharo’s applicability for mission-critical software development. Ryerson does leading research in Pharo development under the auspices of Prof. Dave Mason, Chair of Computer Science. Here is one of the areas of research: PharoJS. Ryerson justContinue reading “Ryerson University Joins Pharo Consortium As Academic Partner”

JRMPC 2020 Awards Ceremony

JRMPC, or The James Robertson Memorial Programming Competition, is a national contest open to Canadian high school students. It was completed on March 6, 2020 and the awards ceremony was scheduled for April 18. Here is the awards ceremony video for JRMPC 2020: I hope you enjoyed it. This video represents the culmination of eighteenContinue reading “JRMPC 2020 Awards Ceremony”

What is your "spirit programming language"?

The definition of a “spirit animal”: In certain spiritual traditions or cultures, spirit animal refers to a spirit which helps guide or protect a person on a journey and whose characteristics that person shares or embodies. It is also metaphor, often humorous, for someone or something a person relates to or admires. dictionary.com Someone at Quora asked: How do you decideContinue reading “What is your "spirit programming language"?”

JRMPC 2020 Award Winners

I am most pleased to announce this year’s winners of The James Robertson Memorial Programming Competition. It was an exciting contest with several teams consistently finishing in a strong position over four rounds: The Battle of Waterloo from Woodbridge College in Vaughan, Ontario Bickle Blatwoon from Robert Thirsk High School in Calgary, Alberta ‘Dief’ferent from JohnContinue reading “JRMPC 2020 Award Winners”

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