IFJ IAL Project 2011

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.

Joel on Software

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.

Raytracing is Here! and Review Farms (TWIL)

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

Why are Rabbits Weird & The Google Cemetery (TWIL)

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, sharing bunch of interesting links […]