Nothing says 2018 more, than playing Doom 2 on an ultra wide monitor. Of course I'm using the software renderer, duh!
Meine Notizen zu dem Kurs Daten visualisieren mit D3.js Einführung in D3 Data-driven Documents Automatische Manipulation von DOM-Elementen mit Daten Darstellungen werden über SVG realisiert Dient primär der Datendarstellung Kein Ersatz für jQuery, Angular, … Wird auch von der NY Times verwendet Kurz zusammengefasst: Mit D3 lassen sich einfach DOM-Elemente generieren, Graphik entsteht über die Generierung von SVG Elementen. Daten im DOM Daten in DOM-Elemente übertragen var daten = ['a', 'b', 'c']; d3.select('body').selectAll('p').data(daten) .enter().append('p').text('Hallo!'); selectAll() ist eine Auswahl, die sich “gemerkt” wird enter() erstellt Platzhalter für alle Datenelement die nicht in der Selektion gefunden wurden exit().remove() entfernt Element aus der [...]
Motivation I'm a programmer. There you have it. I like to write stories. How does one do that? No, I'm not talking about participating in a course or reading books about plotting etc (Fun fact: I'm reading 'The Hero with a Thousand Faces'). I already did that. I'm thinking about which tools do you use? Google gives you many answers: Scrivener, a simple text editor, Apple Pages, Microsoft Word and mind mapping tools. There are even more tools that 'most writers' love: distraction free writing. Concentrating on the story itself, pushing everything else out of the way. It's a good [...]
A list of the articles I read the last weeks (44/2015 - 01/2016) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week) Clear Your Mind and Get Some Exercise With Walking Meditation Spend some time walking around your town fully engaged in your surroundings. That means no earbuds, no mind wandering off thinking about whatever. Just meander around and engage with your environment. Say hello to random people on the street. Just be present. I like to think of this as “walking meditation…” While you walk, clear your head, feel each breath as it goes in and out, and take notice of [...]
My notes for Principles of Game Design, without any warranty. Getting Started with Game Design Welcome game developers... Now is the time to begin exploring the game design and development process. We're going to discuss the process of game design as well as how to begin cultivating your inner game designer. The first week is really about ideas. Make lots of them. Find some you love and explore a favorite in your own High Concept Document. If you are having troubles with a concept, quiz, or technical issue with Unity, you should post on the Discussion Forum to ask for [...]
A list of the articles I read this week (43) and the highlights I made for them. (Last week) 7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change Ever tried to change anyone’s behavior at work? It can be extremely frustrating. So often the effort produces an opposite result: rupturing the relationship, diminishing job performance, or causing the person to dig in their heels. Still, some approaches clearly work better than others. what not to do: Being nice Sorry, but nice guys finish last in the change game. It might be easier if all it took to bring about change was to have [...]