Some time ago in russian discussion of SNWS 2015 ballon said that I should start recording screencasts of my participation in contests. It sounded like a joke for me, and I don't think that it is interesting for a large number of people; but still I decided to try something new and record one of contests, even if I am not going to do it on a regular basis in future. At least now I can save a lot of time while answering questions like "How are you coding", "do you use debugger", "do you prefer CodeBlocks or Visual Studio" and so on.
Below you can see a screencast of my participation in SNWS 2015 Round 4. Problem statements are in russian. There are nothing interesting after 47th minute, when all tasks are done — only refreshing standings from time to time.
P.S. For those of you who are not familiar with SNWS/SNSS — SnarkNews winter series/SnarkNews summer series is a contest series held every year; it consists of 5 rounds with virtual participation, TCM/Time rules for scoring a single round and Grand Prix 30 rules for overall standings of series. (You can read more about these scoring systems here; starting from current season of SNWS 2nd place is getting 75 points instead of 80).
Usually problemset is in russian only, therefore most of contestants are from Post-Soviet states. Problemset usually consists of 6 problems, taken from other contests and rewritten in order to make it impossible to find given tasks using google; usually they are rather easy, comparing to problems from some longer individual contests or ACM ICPC contests, but you have only 80 minutes for whole problemset, so speed matters a lot here.
You may find current standings (without Round 5 yet) here.