Blawx.com Launched

Blawx.com Launched

Well, I’ve been talking about it on Twitter for a couple of months, and now here it is. Blawx is a real thing you can try.

Image of a Blawx workspace.

Here’s what you need to know: First, this is alpha software. It is very likely very seriously broken in serious ways. Releasing it like this is an experiment.

Second, I have had the opportunity to create the structure for a section for frequently-asked-questions, tutorials, and references, but I haven’t had the time to actually put any information in there. Please be patient.

Third: All feedback is requested. I want to know what makes sense, and what doesn’t. I want to know what you think you could use it for, if anything. I want to know what questions you have. I want to know how the colours make you feel, everything.

If you have any questions, use the Feedback page, and let me know. Anything you ask that I think might be useful to others will be put into the Support section.

But, I’m a part-time graduate student, and employed, etc. etc. Patience is the name of the game.

If you are interested in helping move things along, the feedback form is there for volunteering, too.

Ready to give it a shot? Check out the absolute basics page, watch a demo of encoding the famous “socrates is mortal” problem, and then give it a try.

Happy coding!

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