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There are no 'when did you write your autonomous' police. That blurb is only in the Field Inspection checklist so that teams understand that the field personnel aren't going to hold up the tournament while you try to get your code working. Your team might miss a match if you don't show up with a working robot (regardless of cause, really).
Writing the autonamous program after the tournament
Next one should be: “Programming with OnBotJava while the programmer is in the stands with the robot on the balancing stone.”
Better yet, use the OnBot Java editor on the driver station phone and have the drivers type, edit and upload code during the match :)
next level: encoding your autonomous opmode in a text file, and changing that while you put the robot on the field.
oh wait, thats what we do
We wrote our auto 10 min before finals and it worked better than the auto we spent 3 days working on
same here - "JerryRiggedAutoBox" will always be my favorite (and most successful)
See, this is why you have two sets of phones, you can update in the pits and stealthily switch them out
Finnish ski jumping team