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Here’s the trailer for JRMPC 2021:

Things have escalated, but they needn’t have…

Everybody in the world knows that this whole thing was purely politically motivated. The legal case in the United States was a charade, a sham.

From the outset, the resolution was obvious: Justin Trudeau should’ve

  1. publicly conceded that the Meng Wanzhou situation was purely politically motivated, that the “rule of law” was a load of horse puckey
  2. negotiate with the Chinese to release the two Michaels in exchange for Meng Wanzhou, the sort of thing that used to be done in the Cold War with respect to the exchange of captured spies
  3. exercise his executive power to circumvent the judicial process and the extradition treaty (every national leader has this kind of executive power to be applied at their discretion; otherwise, they couldn’t function to manage national…

JRMPC, or The James Robertson Memorial Programming Competition, is a national contest open to Canadian high school students. It was completed on March 6, 2020 and the awards ceremony was scheduled for April 18.

Here is the awards ceremony video for JRMPC 2020:

I hope you enjoyed it. This video represents the culmination of eighteen months of hard work on the competition. It also nicely caps off a five-year advocacy campaign for the Smalltalk programming language.

Here are close-ups of the trophy awards…

First Prize:

Second Prize:

Third Prize:

Presentation Box:

For more details about the competition, read “JRMPC 2020 Award Winners.” …

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