Code Quarterly Blog

Current status

Posted in Status by Peter Seibel on September 7, 2010

If you’re one of the over 1,500 people who filled out the form on our website since I announced Code Quarterly you have probably by now received an email very similar to this blog post. For everyone else, I wanted to let folks know what we’re up to.

We’re working toward our first issue, with several writers under contract working on articles for us. I’ve interviewed Hal Abelson, author of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs and one of the folks behind Google’s App Inventor for Android. And we’re exploring printing options for the magazine and have found a very talented designer who’s going to design our print, web, and ebook versions.

We’ve also recently announced the inaugural Code Quarterly Code Challenge. While you’re waiting for us to get the first issue out, join the fun and submit some code for the challenge.

Or maybe you’d like to write for us: we are always looking for more good stuff to publish. If so, please do email me. And if not, maybe you can point your writerly friends to the write for us category on this blog where I post guidance for potential writers.

In the meantime, if you you want to keep up with how things are going, you can follow us on Twitter or on this blog.

As always, comments and suggestions, good wishes and flames are all welcome.

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