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Tutorial Doctor's Journal



Bret Victor on the Future of Programming

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 26 November 2014 · 70 views
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Bret Victor seems to think that the future of programming will be more node-based too. This guy is awesome by the way.




Computer Programming: Disorganized Complexity

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 25 November 2014 · 82 views
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The one thing that has plagued me is the disorganized complexity of the whole computer programming situation.

Gist, Gits, Stack Overflow, Gamedev.net, IRC freenode, branches, forks, etc.

There are a billion ways to do a billion things.

I called it all "Disorganized Complexity."

It seems I wasn't the first to coin the phrase:

http://pointofview.the...


I've diagnosed myself with having an inferiority complex

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 07 July 2014 · 434 views
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I've diagnosed myself with having an inferiority complex:

It never makes me feel good when I see my faults in the mirror.

Now, this is a time of reflection, but all of a sudden I am thinking of how this applies to gamers.

So, I revisited in my mind, a few of my original posts on this site, where I was trying to get to the root of "Games." Things like...


A Collection of Game Dev Tutorials

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 05 May 2014 · 554 views
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CHARACTER MODELING

Human Modeling



My Study on Fuzzy Logic

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 18 April 2014 · 513 views
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So, someone recently (perhaps accidentally) introduced me to the term "fuzzy logic," and this is what I have been looking for! I am having a sort of hard time wrapping my head around how it works exactly, because I have only been using Boolean logic. However, since I am new to programming, I am not set in my ways, so I can retrain myself easier.

And I am...


TD, checking out!

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 21 March 2014 · 483 views

I have some life stuff to workout, so I will be checking out for a while. Thanks everyone who responded to my questions here. I have been recommending this site to people I come across. I haven't been here long enough to really get to know everyone, but I do know that this site is well maintained and that there are a lot of professional people here. Great...


You can make GTA Style Characters in no time!

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 21 March 2014 · 454 views
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I use the Maratis 3D engine, and I was fortunate enough to meet someone who did a very good tutorial on how to make game characters using Blender and Makehuman. In no time I had a decent character that could be animated.

If you are interested:

http://forum.maratis3d.com/viewtopic.php?id=791

This is also a reference for me for later, when I need to cra...


I've Been Inspired!

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 19 March 2014 · 572 views
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So, I was inspired to make a video game by a video game that teaches you about developing video games.

GameDev Tycoon? Have you heard of it?

I might end up buying the game solely for educational purposes. I even took notes!

This game should be advertised on Gamedev.net's main page.

Edit: On top of that, I have an idea for my first game!


Fallacies in information.

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 18 March 2014 · 527 views
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true.
false.

The world is full of truth and fallacy. Our own logic systems work based on these two things.

Joey is sick. He can't afford to go to a doctor, or perhaps he doesn't like doctors.
Joey goes online to look up a cure for his condition, but he can't even describe his condition.
He asks one question, and he learns a billion different cures, most...


A little of my history

Posted by Tutorial Doctor, 13 March 2014 · 506 views

So, I was in college for engineering and my school required laptops. I had a low paying job, but it paid enough for me to be able to buy the best gateway I could afford at the time. It was about $1500 but the value was in the graphics card which, I have to say, was awesome.

I didn't finish college because of money and transportation issues, but one Chri...






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