Man, I love open-source. You'd never read something like that in a commercial game engine's manual:
I rarely play games but when I do, I don't for an experience. Like a good book or film.
PS: I made a simple 3D platformer game yesterday with Godot from scratch. It's gonna be a gift for a loved one. So hushhh!
#Godot #GameDev #GodotEngine
#blackfriday is basically western societies ddos'ing themselves at both human and infrastructural level for fun and profit.
I rewrote the three blog posts I had about my NES emulator into a single post with more depth.
It goes into some technical details of each of the CPU, graphics, and audio units. And a little reflection on using Rust.
And it has lots of gifs :)
Secret C64 Program Found on a Christian Rock Band’s Vinyl Record
How often do you find Easter eggs in old vinyl records?
It sure was a surprise for [Robin Harbron] when he learned about a Commodore 64 program hidden on one of the sides of a record from… https://hackaday.com/2019/11/24/secret-c64-program-found-on-a-christian-rock-bands-vinyl-record/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1198799269567893505
I see this is still going around so i just want to let you all know it's been funded! Thank you all so much for the signal boosting! You're the best! 💖
campaign link fyi... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/miketiv/rad-chess
If you haven't seen the campaign and are curious... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/miketiv/rad-chess
@andrioid For me the main difference from the non-senior developer is the responsibility for the product you are making. That means you need to make good long-term technical decisions (and veto bad ones), go talking to whoever is necessary to make things work, keep the stakeholders informed about the situations and eventual risks, and cooperate with your management about the non-technical problems. That includes a lot of what you have listed, but is not limited to it.
I flipped the switch and I'm going to bed. This thing is live!
Thanks for all the feedback friends. Boosts greatly appreciated over the next month. 💖
As always fair, insightful, accurate and without necessary hype. Jan, Dalton and Marius from @UBports discuss the #PinePhone on their Q/A. If you have time, watch in entirety, if not click video below:
Topics covered in this episode:
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