Picking projects for the open house (February 16, 2004, 0) - http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/cs21b/games.zip contains the final
projects from last semester’s CS21A. Try them out – they’re pretty
cool! We’re thinking of having a few of them at the open house demo.
Warning: freshman code ahead… =)
Questions for the Snakes and Ladders defense (October 16, 2003, 0) - Your use of advanced concepts like Images and sounds shows that you
know how to learn independently and apply what you learned to your
game. Nice documentation, too.
Bonus, so they went to the J2sdk demos and the audio files and looked for au files.
Followed the book. (Lori) Learned from friends how to display images.
Trying to slow down
Kaizen in the little things: The way the door opens (June 14, 2011, 4) - One of my principles is kaizen: continuous improvement. If you can make your life 1% better every day, you’ll double your life’s awesomeness in less than three months. Even if you improve life by 0.01%, you’ll still do pretty darn well over time. Today was one of those 0.01% days. I don’t know why I
Linux Caffe (May 10, 2006, 0) - I’m sitting in the Linux Caffe working over a wireless connection, having just polished off another cup of their excellent hot chocolate. And it’s not just any hot chocolate, mind you. It’s open source and version-controlled through an internal Subversion repository.
It’s really a geek haven. Computer books fill the
windows and the shelves. Laptops are out,