This was the most complex project of FIT VUTBR studies. The goal was to implement interpret of IFJ11 (language similar to Lua). We formed a team of 5 and each of us worked on a different part. We used programming language C. In the end, the project reached 5499 lines of code.
A while back, I’ve found a really cool blog. Do you know Stack Overflow? Well, Joey’s one of the founding fathers and Joel on Software is his blog.
I’ve described my previous approach in How to Embed Twine on Your WordPress Website. It works but not in Firefox (I had to implement fallback to a fixed height). And the height of the parent page remains the same instead of changing with each Twine passage. Nevertheless, my first Twine embed tutorial provides basic pointers […]
https://growthlab.com/make-money-while-you-sleep/ What does passive income and making money while sleeping actually mean. #biz https://theconversation.com/how-ai-could-help-you-learn-sign-language-105708 AI as a sign language teacher. #ML https://thecolorsofmotion.com/ Average color from each frame in a movie and into a poster. #art
http://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/AnatolyShestov/20181212/332084/The_Game_Designers_Toolbox_User_stories_or_how_to_help_a_player_get_a_grasp_of_new_content.php How to inform players about a new feature. #gamedev https://store.steampowered.com/app/994140/Lightmatter/ One of my friends has created a Steam page for his upcoming game. Check it out, it’s pretty good Portal-like puzzle game. #fun https://www.blog.radiator.debacle.us/2018/12/unforeseen-consequences-half-life.html Comment on Unforeseen Consequences, A Half-Life Documentary by Danny O’Dwyer (NoClip). #gamedev TWIL stands for This Week I Learned. Basically, […]