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The 2015 One-Liner Competition ... (Wolfram Blog - November 5, 2015 - Christopher Carlson)
Wolfram Language developers create file system browser, morphing scribble, graphics, NYT word cloud, 3D web mapper--all with 128 or fewer characters.
The Mathematica One-Liner ... (Wolfram Blog - December 17, 2010 - Christopher Carlson)
Topics ranged from esoteric mathematics to works of art, astronomy to origami. See the winners including the elegant 1st place simulation of gravitational attraction.
The Winners of the 2018 One-Liner ... (Wolfram Blog - October 25, 2018 - Christopher Carlson)
Images and machine learning were dominant themes of submissions to the One-Liner Competition at this year's Wolfram Technology Conference. Competitors created astounding ...
The 2011 Mathematica One-Liner ... (Wolfram Blog - December 1, 2011 - Christopher Carlson)
See the impressively brief and powerful code that took the top spots. Topics include recursive images and art, animated sky chart, shooting game, slow motion, anagrams, ...
Announcing the Winners of the 2014 ... (Wolfram Blog - November 10, 2014 - Christopher Carlson)
Talented Wolfram Language developers showed amazing things you can do in 128 characters of code. First place for Boeing 767 flight range tool by Alex Hirsbrunner.
Enter the Mathematica Experts Live: ... (Wolfram Blog - August 10, 2012 - Wolfram Blog Team)
Send your submission and show us the most astounding things you can do with 140 characters or less of Mathematica code. Deadline August 15, 2012.
The 2016 Wolfram One-Liner Competition ... (Wolfram Blog - November 9, 2016 - Christopher Carlson)
This year’s winner fit a fully functional game of Pong into a single tweet of Wolfram Language code. See other top submissions from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner ... (Wolfram Blog - September 20, 2012 - Wolfram Blog Team)
Entries ranged from transforming a sphere into a cow to random sound generators to a world capitals quiz to the highly impressive grand prize winner. Download the notebook of ...
What Can You Say in One Line of the ... (Wolfram Blog - November 8, 2017 - Christopher Carlson)
Attendees create impressive results with 128 characters or fewer of Wolfram Language code at Technology Conference. See winning submissions, including melting flags, computer ...
One Year of Daily Tips from ... (Wolfram Blog - May 7, 2012 - Wolfram Blog Team)
Thousands of followers get a daily Mathematica Tip covering: programming, shortcuts, graphics, neat examples. Sign up to see what you've been missing for the last year.