Happy December Everyone! ☃️

It has started to snow early in the lands of https://arisamiga.rocks but also Here!

Snowing on Website

Note: For information on how I made the snow on my website you can check out Merry Christmas Everyone!

So… it’s the beginning of December you know what that means!

It’s time for Advent of Code!

I have already started doing it and I am having a lot of fun with it! (Except for day 5 which was a bit hard)


My language of choice for this year is Java. I am trying to learn more about Java and using it in Advent of Code is a great way for me to get more familiar with the language.

I have used Java in the past like with Messing with Minecraft’s Code and also with making other Minecraft plugins. So I am not completely new to Java but I am still learning it.

Advent of Code

What is Advent of Code?

Advent of Code is an Advent calendar of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels that can be solved in any programming language you like. People use them for interview prep, company training, university coursework, practice problems, a speed contest, or to challenge each other.

I mentioned it before in my New GUI On Website! post last year when I participated and used Python.

I would highly recommend it to try doing it! It’s a lot of fun and it follows a story which is also very enjoyable!

Last Year I reacted up to Day 15 so let’s see if I can beat that this year!

If you want you can see my progress on Advent of Code in my Github Repo Advent of Code 2023.

Or to participate yourself you can go to https://adventofcode.com/.

Thank you so much for reading this short post and Happy December Everyone! ✨