We are team Lego Legends participating in Division 1 this year.

We had a question regarding the allowed programming platforms for programming our EV3. 

Are we required to use the standard supplied EV3-G IDE based on the National Instruments’ LabView IDE? Or can our team use an alternate platform such as MicroPython?

I found this Google Doc <https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__docs.google.com_spreadsheets_d_1OxyXEIB5pHzOSpAuOKY-5F2XeK1Uomv7lzHLVG1ZKLFH8_edit-23gid-3D0&d=DwIFaQ&c=eLbWYnpnzycBCgmb7vCI4uqNEB9RSjOdn_5nBEmmeq0&r=k6Oa5GxfBPFMgGjb2r5QIoEOeBZs9xbNIpA0kLw_kFQ&m=3dW727BM3tkpwSEuzYAhpWHosXHLl94lTVfi06ttEF8&s=w9IW3W1w3H0lhb3xCB0qkelBauUK_NMMc8COLOotOjU&e=> when I was searching for an answer to this question. I am not sure if this is still a valid document or not. Please comment on this as well.

Best regards,

-Jay Iyer

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