Producer of Railscasts - Ruby on Rails Screencasts
I have long been a fan of Quell and am happy to see another sequel. Check it out if you enjoy relaxing puzzles. https://t.co/hmsFfMRRQ7
@fallentreegames Thank you for producing another Quell game, these are wonderful!
@magnusmunter there isn't an official statement since I am unsure where to take it at the moment.
Rube Goldberg with marbles and magnets: https://t.co/bGTozD5p88
@cannikin exactlyExample: "I should get to bed sooner" vs "I want to get to bed sooner." It leads to questions like "Do I really?" and "Why not?"Try taking "I should" out of everyday vocabulary and replacing with "I want". It helps to think twice about our own pressures. @ltrainpr congrats on your first screencast! If you are uploading to YouTube might want to stick with 16:9 aspect ratio.
@happymrdave Santorini looks great too, thanks! @qrush HI NICK! ;)As a fan of abstract board games, Tak looks like a lot of fun. Check it out if you like that kind of thing. https://t.co/suejU5fnn3 @ltrainpr more like 30 second recordings, basically whenever I make a jump into another app or section of the screencast. @ltrainpr I coded them while recording and talking. I would do short cuts in case I made a mistake I could retake it.
As a fan of Advanced Wars I am thoroughly enjoying Warbits. Check it out if you enjoy turn based tactics. https://t.co/Dnt621bhxn
@FailsafeDesign i record both audio and video simultaneously so no sync issues. I stop and start at each take but depends on software
@BrightSituation private_pub does not offer a way to do this so you would have to interact with Faye directly. Would need to research this.
@TwitchSupport if someone is banned for copyright reasons, how do they know what specifically it was? And can they get it back?
If you are interested in making fun Mario levels, check out this video which gives tips based on past games. http://t.co/qMeOAQGUKtHaving fun with Mario Maker. If you have the game you can try my latest creation called Cheep Cheep Leap: B180-0000-0033-94B7
@LucianTarna thanks for the suggestion.
@jumpnilay not sure when I will start RailsCasts back up yet
@clarkware awesome, looking forward to it.
If you want to learn functional programming without tackling a new language, check out this free, online book: http://t.co/ZrLouzEQGm @clarkware great job with the course, any plans for a sequel? Could cover signals and functors. @coderor thanks, glad you find it useful! @onozor yes as long as the branding and design is changed so there is no confusion with http://t.co/VFS88h2KJs.If you want to learn Elm, check out the course from Pragmatic Studio. @clarkware does a great job introducing it. https://t.co/nXfmM79DxkHaving fun making games with Elm. It is a great way to learn pure functional programming (and isn't just for games). http://t.co/IXIimJ4IwX
How to write a Git commit message: http://t.co/D31dVh1lks
@kobaltz thanks for the heads up. I knew this was coming but thought I still had time. ;)
@SadafThought I do not know yet when I will start back up. It may take me a while.
@juanpastas I mean not needing to write the implementation code, only tests/specs.
@salmnes what I show in the revised episode 250 should still work. Although there may be some minor tweaks.
@junanC most likely yes, but unsure when that will be.
@seanculver @nireyal is there a link to the slides? :) @SunnyRJuneja grape is on my list to research, thanks for the suggestion @jshgyn possibly, good point.Do you think, at some point, we will only need to program tests/specs?Seriously you should watch this video, it'll stretch your brain. http://t.co/8xC2jiVi9x
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