Develop is a monthly trade magazine for the video games industry. Based in Hertford, Hertfordshire, UK, the magazine allows participation by anyone working in the video game industry. Develop is the only European-based website and print magazine aimed exclusively at the development community. The current online portal, complete with a digital version of the print publication, has been active since July 2007.
Develop 100 is an annual rating system for game developers produced by Develop. It is a ranking of the world's games development studios based on a variety of criteria including sales data, critical success and industry standing.
The Develop Industry Excellence Awards, also yearly, honour the development of video games and award studios across a range of categories. It was presented in 2010 by comic Rufus Hound.
ALGO was one of several programming languages inspired by the Preliminary Report on the Language written in Zürich in 1958. This report underwent several modifications before becoming the Revised Report on which most ALGOL implementations are based. As a result, ALGO and other early "ALGOLs" have a very different syntax from ALGOL 60.
Other languages developed from the Zürich report include BALGOL, MAD (Michigan Algorithm Decoder) and NELIAC.