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1. ## [CR] Rubiks Cube Solver

Name: Rubiks Cube Solver Submitter: Neil Pate Submitted: 03 Apr 2014 Category: *Uncertified* LabVIEW Version: 2011 License Type: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 This project is a 100% G based Rubiks Cube solver that I coded quite a while ago (2007) and then forgot about. I must have saved it it more recently in LV2011. The algorithm is based on the 7-step method, which is totally sub-optimal for solving a cube, but relatively simple to understand. Please note this code is not representative of my current coding ability, I just upload it in case anybody is interested. If I get time I would like to do a 3D representation of the cube and allow the manipulations to be done in this view. Run instructions: set the show boolean to True click randomise! pick a start colour click solve! The buttons on the left hand side can be used to do manual manipulations of the cube. Click here to download this file
2. ## Rubiks Cube Solver

Version 1.0

This project is a 100% G based Rubiks Cube solver that I coded quite a while ago (2007) and then forgot about. I must have saved it it more recently in LV2011. The algorithm is based on the 7-step method, which is totally sub-optimal for solving a cube, but relatively simple to understand. Please note this code is not representative of my current coding ability, I just upload it in case anybody is interested. If I get time I would like to do a 3D representation of the cube and allow the manipulations to be done in this view. Run instructions: set the show boolean to True click randomise! pick a start colour click solve! The buttons on the left hand side can be used to do manual manipulations of the cube.
3. ## What If Cars Were Rented Like We Hire Programmers?

I saw this blog post yesterday and found it pretty funny, hope you'll enjoy! http://highscalability.com/blog/2013/1/16/what-if-cars-were-rented-like-we-hire-programmers.html
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