Archive: 2018 June

Jun
29

Performo

When coding a project, you can over-optimize too early, and do yourself no favors. There’s no sense in optimizing something that isn’t hogging the game down too much. Good coding habits can prevent a lot of issues. Well, it certainly […]

Jun
22

Week 25 (since I started counting)

Maybe. I didn’t mention it during my cranky, sick E3 review last week but I did accomplish a few things with the game, and I this week I did more. Aside from various bug fixes, here’s this week’s run down […]

Jun
16

E3 2000 and Late Teen

I’m not sure what my post title means, but I wanted to say “2000 and late teen” because in 2008 people were saying “2000 and late” for reasons I’ve never been clear on either, and uh, yeah. Um. So, E3. […]

Jun
09

Xback to Xbox One

This week was spent getting my office in better shape, which included finally re-setting up the Xbox One dev kit, and getting a build running on the Xbox One hardware. I also stumbled upon my old stash of Dogecoins, and […]

Jun
04

WEEK 22

Coach Cliphord has entered the building. Utilizing the latest advancements in Programmer Art Science, a “very, very good” Coach Clip sprite has made his way onto the field… and into our hearts? Getting things working should generally come before the […]