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TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
Posted by Ryan on 8 December 2013, 04:27 GMT

We've made it through the Week 1 of the 2013 POTY voting, which can only mean one thing: Week 2! I'll give you a second to finish groaning at such a timeless joke.

This year, we have a new contest category which is, of course, the TI-84+ CSE. I've said since the beginning that you folks out there in Calc Land would wrangle up some impressive feats for the platform, but I could not have anticipated the high quality of programs that everyone would be able to create in such a short amount of time. Given this pace, 2014 is going to be a very interesting year for our new color edition addition (that's right) to the family.

And now, without further ado, let's have a look at the candidates!

As you've come to expect, the voting polls are on the right side of the homepage and will be open for this category for one week. Grab your 84+ CSE, load it up with programs, and revel in the backlit bliss of these outstanding programs! Congratulations to each of the authors, whose absolute dedication and skill have brought us such ridiculously great work!

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Re: TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
Merthsoft  Account Info

I think just by virtue of being the first shell, and how quickly it got out there, that DCSE gets my vote. It's really a trifecta as a shell, a set of powerful file manipulation routines, and of course xLib! As a primarily BASIC programmer, it really makes developing good-looking games a breeze :)

Reply to this comment    8 December 2013, 05:04 GMT

Re: TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
KermMartian  Account Info
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Although I had the "tragic" event of Doors CSE 8.0 competing against Tetric A, I selected Doors CSE 8.0, because I (probably biasedly) humbly hope it will enable hundreds of ASM and BASIC programs over the coming years. A strong showing from PatrickD, calc84, and AssemblyBandit, of course!

Reply to this comment    8 December 2013, 05:04 GMT

Re: TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
Ryan Boyd Account Info
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This is going to be an exceedingly difficult decision.

Reply to this comment    8 December 2013, 05:52 GMT

Re: TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
DJ_Omnimaga Account Info
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My favorite game in the pack is PacMan, but my vote had to go to Doors CSE. I was happy when it came out and to see the ASM libs for BASIC programmers it includes. Props to KermM and tr1p1ea for the hard work on this. :)

Reply to this comment    8 December 2013, 07:22 GMT

Re: TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
Lionel Debroux Account Info
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Same vote as the other commenters so far: even if most of the other POTY contestants are not based on it, Doors CSE 8, like e.g. Ndless or the nLaunch family, is a framework for building / executing other programs.

Reply to this comment    8 December 2013, 08:23 GMT

Re: TI-84+CSE POTY Voting Opens
PieMan_597  Account Info

This is going to be a very hard choice. Also, I'll have to try to get my friend's CSE somehow to vleven try the games...

Reply to this comment    8 December 2013, 12:52 GMT

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