What's to say? I write code, drink coffee, play with my kids and generally try to enjoy life as much as I can. Started programming with BASIC on my C64, moved on to Pascal, Cobol (who the heck remembers that thing?) and onwards to C, C++ and nowadays mostly C#.
In which I complain about children and components.
In which we get to see the end result of our locking mechanism and I get to write more code.
In which I share my ideas on the importance of locking transform data in Unity during scene editing and begin setting the stage (heh) for a transform locking system.
Where we take a gander at customizing the texture import process somewhat to make it easier to control.
In which we generate some actual project files for Visual Studio consumption, put all the pieces together and I finally finish writing about this crazy ride of a build process. Onwards! To greener pastures!
In which we look at some XML code, hope we don't catch MSBuild moon-fever and I promise to stop using parenthesis so much.
[News - 08/15/2014 - 02:31]
[Blog - 08/10/2014 - 04:14]
I try to avoid syntactic ...
I try to avoid syntactic sugar when I can and I find it weird to have a fake member method. A method which can 't touch the object 's hidden data for example - not that I 'm a big proponent of having private data in components anyways I think ...
[News - 06/27/2014 - 07:14]
I skimmed through some of ...
I skimmed through some of the articles although haven 't had a chance to read them deeply. My comment concerning thinks/feels was directed at both sides throwing out numbers and my position hasn 't changed. Even Gabe Newell says at some point that the mechanism is not understood. The problem ...
[News - 06/26/2014 - 02:48]
[News - 06/26/2014 - 10:05]
Why is this a concern ...
Why is this a concern What 's so special about the Occulus Rift that makes it the one and only solution to VR And how will this product harm it exactly
[Blog - 06/23/2014 - 01:46]
@Albert, r nHow indeed r ...
@Albert, r nHow indeed r nCare to elaborate r nYou realize that throwing catch-phrases does not make a comment witty, significant or informative. r n r n@Dave r nI guess you must agree with the rest of the article if your entire critical contribution centers around the spelling of a ...