What's on the tee?

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Here at CodinGame we love t-shirts with messages that rock.
We love to wear them, we love to give them away as prizes in our contests, and mostly, we love to craft them.
You too may be lucky enough to own a copy from our very first "READ STDIN" series in your closet. You might even wear it as often as we wear ours (we would be proud if you did).


Today we have good news for you. The time has come to create a brand new tee!

I'm not supposed to tell you about this right now but we're working on a complete redesign of codingame.com... And for the occasion, we've crafted a brand new logo. Our "old" tees will soon become collectors as we'll launch the new series. But to do so, we need a new design, and this is where your help is needed :)

Use the comments to send us the message (or even draw a picture) you'd love to see on future CodinGame t-shirts. The community will then vote for the winner who will receive a copy with his/her nickname printed on the back as a reward.

(If you wish to contribute, please send us a design before April 20th).

11 comments :

  1. Their is no place like
    127.0.0.1

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  2. There are only 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary, and those who don't."
    unknown

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    1. This one is famous. It would be great if we could make up a genuine message for CodinGame, though :)

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  3. > man woman
    No manual entry for woman

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  4. Anshul Gupta seems to like a lot ThinkGeek store, but he/she has missed probably the best one telling "I don't always test my code, but when I do, I do it in production"...

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  5. 403: Forbidden
    The request was a valid request, but I am refusing to respond to it

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    1. It seems that the machines are taking control, no?... ;-)

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  6. Is this site completely functional?

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