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PC POTY Voting Opens
Posted by Ryan on 29 December 2013, 06:38 GMT

Here we are: the final week for the 2013 ticalc.org Program of the Year contest! No doubt, your thumbs ache, your mind is a maelstrom of pixelated dreams, and you have built a small shrine of depleted AAA batteries. Fear not! The end of your voting journey draws nigh.

For this final week, we have a tight contest between two rather different types of PC software that cater to different platforms. The contestants are:

Make sure to place your votes on the right side of the homepage; this final round of voting will be open for one week. Good luck to both of the entries; they are both the product of a lot of hard work, thoughtfulness, and dedication to calcs and their uses. Great job to everyone involved!

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Re: PC POTY Voting Opens
KermMartian  Account Info
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From watching him work very hard to develop it for many years at Cemetech, and for a great tool that has even inspired some SourceCoder 3 features in its completeness and polish, I have no choice but to vote for the excellent TokenIDE.

Reply to this comment    29 December 2013, 06:42 GMT

Re: Re: PC POTY Voting Opens
ordelore Account Info
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TokenIDE also gets my vote! I can't tell you how useful it is with its hex and picture features for graphical games.

Reply to this comment    29 December 2013, 19:40 GMT

Re: PC POTY Voting Opens
Merthsoft  Account Info

nRemote is a really cool program, that's for sure, but as I don't have an nspire, and I use TokenIDE, like, daily (if we can define use as including "look at the code for" :P), that's where my vote went :)

Reply to this comment    29 December 2013, 14:13 GMT

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adriweb Account Info
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Well, thanks :)
Even though both program have their respective/different target, I'm pretty sure yours is larger :P

At first, nRemote was just a fun tool to see if it could be done, but it became a nice little program and some teachers seem to like it, so ... we're already quite happy with that :)

Reply to this comment    1 January 2014, 11:39 GMT

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