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I’ve not not been working on wannabe — in fact I have significant code and written content that I haven’t posted. I’ll try to get somewhere more this weekend. In a nutshell, there’s at least two problems: I use a … Continue reading
Small diversion: What I didn’t really mention in the last post was that I had actually gotten the PsuedoPerspective working a bit better. Let’s see what that looks like!
Continuing the Cabinet projection effort from the last post let’s see if we can close out issue #1 on github. We need to add sides and make sure things look good under different circumstances.
I’ve copied several of the issues from the last post into the github project’s issues list. Herein, I work on issue #1: A Cabinet (Projection). Read on to see how we can make these little squares a little more cubey.
After recently getting an Ouya device, I got inspired to make a game. Then I realized two things: I don’t have any skill with 3d, and I learn by doing. Here’s a quick guide to what I’ve done so far: wannabe, … Continue reading
I just wanted to capture the current set of podcasts I listen to. I commute two hours a day, and this set keeps me lightly stocked — Sometimes I run out for a day or two, and I rarely fall … Continue reading
Continuing the Java build systems discussion, today I want to focus on Maven, what it does well and what it does that frustrates. We’ll get a little taste of the minimum expectations for a new build system as well. Note: … Continue reading
We had to go through a number of steps to support the combination of Maven + OSGi + Spring + JavaFX-1.1 in our Swing-based application. This document describes all the steps and technology we’ve gone through to get it working.
Two recent posts on the java-weblog circuit spurred me to motion: Maven Adoption Curve (Alex Miller, coworker at MetaMatrix) Maven and Ivy (Ryan Senior, coworker at BJC) I was trying to think of the ideal build system. I won’t pretend … Continue reading
I was humbled this past week. I went to an interview at a game company. But I didn’t have my most valuable asset.