CD's Unofficial Caption Contest #706

At last!

The scores after the last round:

cgmv123	98
EricH	96
efoote868	95
ctt956	94
petercooperjr	90
GeeTwo	77
Wayne Doenges	70
DonRotolo	64
GaryVoshol	64
Leap	63
bdaroz	58
carpedav000	54
Nessie	41
Pooja Anil	41
Cyberphil	32
Hitchhiker 42	31
marcusbernstein	27
Bkeeneykid	20
logank013	18
dodar	14
niklas674	14
Thayer McCollum	13
RoboDesigners	12
IndySam	12
KaranY	12
Hess1113	10
asid61	8
WillNess	7
frcguy	6
Al Skierkiewicz	6
bobbysq	6
rsisk	4
gcgeobuff	4
Jon Stratis	4
SassyJapan	4
Charlie.bishop	4
tjf	4
snoman	3
Taylor	2
Golfer4646	2
Cothron Theiss	2
ollien	2
AustinShalit	2
OwenDotCode	2
Levi Madden	2
fargus111111111	2
Brian M	2
bbensel	2
Tom Ore	2
OMGRobots1	2
MattR501	2
holygrail	2

The rules, for the newbies.

And the picture:

https://www.chiefdelphi.com/media/photos/38482

As always, the deadline is nominally Sunday at midnight Eastern.

Go!

One night, the lab was locked up. One dedicated student stayed behind to finish the programming, not remembering that the team was not going to be back in the shop until just before their Week 7 competition.

Here is the proof that he is still trying to find that one last bug in the auto code, all these years later…

The life-size model of a programmer’s torso was perhaps a bit too realistic.

If only the food committee hadn’t forgotten to buy the Mountain Dew …

Here we see the elegant programmer in his natural habitat. After hours of hunting and stalking bugs in the code, it seems he collapsed in exhaustion from his efforts. Look at his beautiful, messy locks of hair, his almost glowing pale skin, and how it is almost impossible to distinguish if he is dead or not. Each of these are defense mechanisms so less people bother him.

Programmer at 2300: “Must…find…the…last…bug. There it is ZZZzzzzzzzzzz”

Once I’ve uploaded my conscience to the crio, there will be no need for programming! Mwahahaha! What? No! What’s happening! Oh no! The 400 mega … hertz … pro … cess … … or … … … zzzzzzzzzzz

Freshman programmer, hours after being told the robot was overweight and we needed to lighten the code.

This is the result of trying to transcribe dramatic readings and interpretive jazz performances of other team’s code all day.

He lost a bet and now he can’t come out of the room until the robot code is written, works and is 100% bug free.

After prom the custodian found Eric passed out with his date. On her screen was written:

if(asked to dance)
{
display(Yes, but I don’t know how to do the macarena.);
}

“…yup. That’s an arrow key, alright.”

Programming by osmosis worked just as poorly in 2013 as it does today.

[NPOE]Also, me, at my mother’s kitchen table at the end of the Saints/Vikings game Sunday, though I probably made a louder thunk as my wrist was not in the way.[/NPOE]

Nobody said duct tape, a hammer, and WD-40 couldn’t fix anything in code, but all of the hammers were in use by the mechanical team. In somewhat related news, a loop of duct tape on the head is a bad idea.

Seems like a normal FIRST member during build season

At last, Google Drive decides to cooperate with me!

First place goes to:

Second place goes to:

And the burn award goes to:

Which means the scores are:

petercooperjr	100
cgmv123	100
ctt956	99
EricH	98
efoote868	98
GeeTwo	79
Wayne Doenges	72
DonRotolo	66
GaryVoshol	66
Leap	65
bdaroz	60
carpedav000	54
Pooja Anil	43
Nessie	41
Cyberphil	34
Hitchhiker 42	31
marcusbernstein	27
Bkeeneykid	20
logank013	18
dodar	14
niklas674	14
Thayer McCollum	13
RoboDesigners	12
IndySam	12
KaranY	12
Hess1113	10
asid61	8
WillNess	7
frcguy	6
Al Skierkiewicz	6
bobbysq	6
rsisk	4
gcgeobuff	4
Jon Stratis	4
SassyJapan	4
Charlie.bishop	4
tjf	4
snoman	3
Taylor	2
Golfer4646	2
mastachyra	2
Cothron Theiss	2
ollien	2
AustinShalit	2
OwenDotCode	2
Levi Madden	2
fargus111111111	2
Brian M	2
bbensel	2
Tom Ore	2
OMGRobots1	2
MattR501	2
holygrail	2

Onward!