So, the “Shitty Programming” contest was being held last night, and both of the participants were given the same specification, which basically was to implement a new IT system for “Jurassic Park”. Obviously, none of us could finish, since the system required sensors for checking if doors were open, and cameras in cages, etc, etc, etc – But below you can see my results roughly the way it was when I was finished implementing it.
Notice – I want to emphasise, that I have spent a couple of additional hours cleaning up the system’s code and UX after the contest was over. However, fundamentally I had most of these features already implemented after 3 hours of coding. And may I add, that was an extremely stressing coding act, since we were both constantly being watched by 3-400 people live, in a stream, and asked questions every now and then about our choices, etc. You can download the InGen Theme Park system here. In fact, if you have a Phosphorus Five installation somewhere, you can install it through the Desktop module, by clicking the “Upload module” button – At which point the system will be installed immediately, create its own database, and be instantly ready to start using.