Chess and Philosophy do not mix… (Or do they?)
As you might well know by now, Harmonia Philosophica is a philosophy portal. But that hasn’t stopped us from posting from time to time other articles, for example articles related to programming. One successful series of tutorials one can find in this portal are chess programming tutorials based on Huo Chess open source program. Click […]
How to develop a chess program from scratch (for total beginners) Ep. 1
Learn how to program a chess application from scratch. Ideal for beginners!
Huo Chess Java at GitHub
Huo Chess is the world’s smallest open source chess program that is ideal for educational purposes. The Java edition of Huo Chess has been released at GitHub. This brings the total number of repositories at GitHub to four: HuoChessDV (C# .Net Core), huo-chess (C# .Net Framework), HuoChessQB64 (Quick Basic 64 bit) and the latest Huo-Chess-Java […]
Free Blogging Advice (FBA) – Episode 3: Develop your story.
Free Blogging Advice: Writing is hard. And easy. The goal of the Free Blogging Advice (FBA) series of short articles is to provide some free advice on… blogging! All you have to add is some time and effort. And love. Lots of love. FBA Episodes FBA Episode 1: The beginning FBA Episode 2: What to […]
CHESS PROGRAMMING: Evaluating Material – Episode 1: Bishop vs. Knight
Small chess programming lesson summary Overview: This is a short chess programming lesson, part of the ‘How to develop a chess program’ tutorials series in Harmonia Philosophica for total beginners. The goal of this lesson is to discuss the very basics of position evaluation. Tutorials on how to develop a chess program in Harmonia Philosophica […]
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