Producer of Railscasts - Ruby on Rails Screencasts
@binh sorry for not getting back to you about this. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your github username and I will look into it
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?
@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.