About Nonki: I am an amateur programmer. I used to program with one of BASIC language on an 8-bit micro computer when I was a college student. In 2010, I started to program with Microsoft Small Basic. And I’m interested in making Go program and conveying the fun of programming.
Here is Nonki’s winning article:
Here are all the June Small Basic winners:
|Small Basic Technical Guru – June 2013|
|Nonki Takahashi||Small Basic: How to Make a Turtle Maze Game||RZ: “This is very cool. Nice layout, screenshots, and details instructions.”
Ed Price: “I love this article! It’s fun, and it takes you through the whole process in a fun and clear way, complete with great formatting, images, and code. Great job!”
|Jibba Jabba||Development Map for Becoming a Good Programmer using Small Basic and MSDN||RZ “Very useful information. Content is nicely structured.”
Ed Price: “This is an incredibly valuable resource!”
|Nonki Takahashi||Small Basic: Did You Know?||RZ: “Very useful information. Especially concerning known issues.”
Ed Price: “Chances are that you didn’t know that… which makes this article very valuable!”
I have a soft place in my heart for Small Basic, an investment for Microsoft to give to the community and to make programming so fun, social, and simple that 8 year olds love to learn it. I’m glad to see the new Small Basic category for June and that Jibba Jabba jumped in and gave Nonki a run for it! Thanks to both Nonki (with 6 great submissions) and to Jibba Jabba for their contributions! See all of Nonki’s June contributions here.
And here’s an excerpt from the article:
I wrote a Turtle Maze Game 1.56 (XHL585-5 ) as a Small Basic program. In this article, I’d like to introduce how to create this kind of program.
I wrote this program with three phases. Firstly I wrote a program just creates and shows a maze. Secondly I wrote an AI (Artificial Intelligence) which solve the maze. At last, I wrote an UI (user interface) to battle with the AI.
Read the rest here:
Thanks to Nonki Takahashi for your great contribution to the TechNet Guru contest! You can read about all the June winners here:
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– Ninja Ed