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#ActualSubtle_Wonders

Posted 15 February 2013 - 10:40 PM

Truth requires readiness, and such was not the case here. I won't unkindly overlay unwanted information to unwanted viewing. As such, I pulled the text out of respect. Have a good day everyone.  smile.png


#10Subtle_Wonders

Posted 15 February 2013 - 10:37 PM

Truth requires readiness, and such was not the case here. I won't unkindly overlay unwanted information to unwanted viewers. As such, I pulled the text out of respect. Have a good day everyone.  smile.png


#9Subtle_Wonders

Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:04 AM

Edited to remove a duplicated quote and gramatical errors due to my lack of sleep. Also addded a statement just under quote to identify that this message was not meant with the intention of personal attack but rather to educate the option of reason for my suggestion and address a valid concern by the respondant. Also added further clarification for why stock prices were included; a subject reinforcing reason and evaluation.

 

I suggest learning it until you reach a point where you can convert singly linked data structures into doubly linked data structures. While data structures may have little to do with game development (might be wrong about this), it has everything to do with OOD. Once you're at that point, C# should be smooth sailing to learn given that it is also a high level OOD language.

Just to be clear: data structures have EVERYTHING to do with game development. It's is needed (and used) everywhere in your design and code.

 

Also, I disagree with the advice. It seems kinda silly to learn java, just to be able to make the transition to C#. Start with C# - it's easier and more popular. And the amount of resources available for it are amazing.

Not trying to bash you, as your statement does address some concerns.  However, to open a subject of reason you may want to consider the below:

 

  • Does C# work natively on Android OS? Rhetorical question.
  • Does Java work better in MS OS than C#? Another rhetorical question.
  • Does knowing both languages put you in a better position if let's say Microsoft's Windows 8 flops? I think so.

 

Six Month Tally:

  • Microsoft Corporation, MSFT (C#): Stocks 28.03/share and dropping.
  • Google Inc., GOOG (Java): Stocks 782.86/share and climbing.
  • Apple Inc., AAPL (C#) Stocks 467.01/share and dropping (in respect to C#).

As for Sony and Nintendo, I'm not percisely sure what they support but after the last E3, I'm not too confident with those two companies either. Additionally, I believe C# would only be used for the XBox/XBox 360. The console is becoming a hybrid game console and set top video box. As indicated by E3 officials for 2012, gaming in the Xbox or in consoles over all is depreciating due to mixed target audiences. The path of game development seems more directed to module media, such as tablets, phones, etc. When you go to a Bestbuy and find that a Samsung Galaxy III can play a rendered 3D game better than an equally expensive laptop, there should be room for evaulation in the future of game development. Hence, my prior information about stocks.

 

There are rumers that Google may convert to C#, but I do not believe this has ever been validated yet. For now, I would believe it is safe to assume knowing both Java and C# would be prudent and allow him to get what he wants at the same time.

 

But, as I said before... If someone can provide better resources, such as URLs, ISBNs, or personally tutor dtg108, I would suggest it since this is what he asked for.  I believe it was my last line where I said that, sorry if I didn't.


#8Subtle_Wonders

Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:02 AM

Edited to remove a duplicated quote and gramatical errors due to my lack of sleep. Also addded a statement just under quote to identify that this message was not meant with the intention of personal attack but rather to educate the option of reason for my suggestion and address a valid concern by the respondant. Also added further clarification for why stock prices were included; a subject reinforcing reason and evaluation.

 

I suggest learning it until you reach a point where you can convert singly linked data structures into doubly linked data structures. While data structures may have little to do with game development (might be wrong about this), it has everything to do with OOD. Once you're at that point, C# should be smooth sailing to learn given that it is also a high level OOD language.

Just to be clear: data structures have EVERYTHING to do with game development. It's is needed (and used) everywhere in your design and code.

 

Also, I disagree with the advice. It seems kinda silly to learn java, just to be able to make the transition to C#. Start with C# - it's easier and more popular. And the amount of resources available for it are amazing.

Not trying to bash you, as your statement does address some concerns.  However, to open a subject of reason you may want to consider the below:

 

  • Does C# work natively on Android OS? Rhetorical question.
  • Does Java work better in MS OS than C#? Another rhetorical question.
  • Does knowing both languages put you in a better position if let's say Microsoft's Windows 8 flops? I think so.

 

Six Month Tally:

  • Microsoft Corporation, MSFT (C#): Stocks 28.03/share and dropping.
  • Google Inc., GOOG (Java): Stocks 782.86/share and climbing.
  • Apple Inc., AAPL (C#) Stocks 467.01/share and dropping (in respect to C#).

As for Sony and Nintendo, I'm not percisely sure what they support but after the last E3, I'm not too confident with those two companies either. Additionally, I believe C# would only be used for the XBox/XBox 360. The console is becoming a hybrid game console and set top video box. As indicated by E3 officials for 2012, gaming in the Xbox or in consoles over all is depreciating due to mixed target audiences. The path of game development seems more directed to module media, such as tablets, phones, etc. When you go to a Bestbuy and find that a Samsung Galaxy III can play a rendered 3D game better than an equally expensive laptop, there should be room for evaulation in the future of game development. Hence, my prior information about stocks.

 

There are rumers that Google may convert to C#, but I do not believe this has ever been validated yet. For now, I would believe it is safe to assume knowing both Java and C# would be prudent and allow him to get what he wants at the same time.

 

But, as I said before... If someone can provide better resources, such as URLs, ISBNs, or personally tutoral dtg108, I would suggest it since this is what he asked for.  I believe it was my last line where I said that, sorry if I didn't.


#7Subtle_Wonders

Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:01 AM

Edited to remove a duplicated quote and gramatical errors due to my lack of sleep. Also addded a statement just under quote to identify that this message was not meant with the intention of personal attack but rather to educate the option of reason for my suggestion and address a valid concern by the respondant. Also added further clarification for why stock prices were included; a subject reinforcing reason and evaluation.

 

I suggest learning it until you reach a point where you can convert singly linked data structures into doubly linked data structures. While data structures may have little to do with game development (might be wrong about this), it has everything to do with OOD. Once you're at that point, C# should be smooth sailing to learn given that it is also a high level OOD language.

Just to be clear: data structures have EVERYTHING to do with game development. It's is needed (and used) everywhere in your design and code.

 

Also, I disagree with the advice. It seems kinda silly to learn java, just to be able to make the transition to C#. Start with C# - it's easier and more popular. And the amount of resources available for it are amazing.

Not trying to bash you, as your statement does address some concerns.  However, to open a subject of reason you may want to consider the below:

 

  • Does C# work natively on Android OS? Rhetorical question.
  • Does Java work better in MS OS than C#? Another rhetorical question.
  • Does knowing both languages put you in a better position if let's say Microsoft's Windows 8 flops? I think so.

 

Six Month Tally:

  • Microsoft Corporation, MSFT (C#): Stocks 28.03/share and dropping.
  • Google Inc., GOOG (Java): Stocks 782.86/share and climbing.
  • Apple Inc., AAPL (C#) Stocks 467.01/share and dropping (in respect to C#).

As for Sony and Nintendo, I'm not percisely sure what they support but after the last E3, I'm not too confident with those two companies either. Additionally, I believe C# would only be used for the XBox/XBox 360. The console is becoming a hybrid game console and set top video box. As indicated by E3 officials for 2012, gaming in the Xbox or in consoles over all is depreciating due to mixed target audiances. The path of game development seems more directed to module media, such as tablets, phones, etc. When you go to a Bestbuy and find that a Samsung Galaxy III can play a rendered 3D game better than an equally expensive laptop, there should be room for evaulation in the future of game development. Hence, my prior information about stocks.

 

There are rumers that Google may convert to C#, but I do not believe this has ever been validated yet. For now, I would believe it is safe to assume knowing both Java and C# would be prudent and allow him to get what he wants at the same time.

 

But, as I said before... If someone can provide better resources, such as URLs, ISBNs, or personally tutoral dtg108, I would suggest it since this is what he asked for.  I believe it was my last line where I said that, sorry if I didn't.


#6Subtle_Wonders

Posted 14 February 2013 - 10:59 AM

Edited to remove a duplicated quote and gramatical errors due to my lack of sleep. Also addded a statement just under quote to identify that this message was not meant with the intention of personal attack but rather to educate the option of reason for my suggestion and address a valid concern by the respondant. Also added further clarification for why stock prices were included; a subject reinforcing reason and evaluation.

 

I suggest learning it until you reach a point where you can convert singly linked data structures into doubly linked data structures. While data structures may have little to do with game development (might be wrong about this), it has everything to do with OOD. Once you're at that point, C# should be smooth sailing to learn given that it is also a high level OOD language.

Just to be clear: data structures have EVERYTHING to do with game development. It's is needed (and used) everywhere in your design and code.

 

Also, I disagree with the advice. It seems kinda silly to learn java, just to be able to make the transition to C#. Start with C# - it's easier and more popular. And the amount of resources available for it are amazing.

Not trying to bash you, as your statement does address some concerns.  However, to open a subject of reason you may want to consider the below:

 

  • Does C# work natively on Android OS? Rhetorical question.
  • Does Java work better in MS OS than C#? Another rhetorical question.
  • Does knowing both languages put you in a better position if let's say Microsoft's Windows 8 flops? I think so.

 

Six Month Tally:

  • Microsoft Corporation, MSFT (C#): Stocks 28.03/share and dropping.
  • Google Inc., GOOG (Java): Stocks 782.86/share and climbing.
  • Apple Inc., AAPL (C#) Stocks 467.01/share and dropping (in respect to C#).

As for Sony and Nintendo, I'm not percisely sure what they support but after the last E3, I'm not too confident with those two companies either. Additionally, I believe C# would only be used for the XBox/XBox 360. The console is becoming a hybrid game console and set top video box. As indicated by E3 officials for 2012, gaming in the Xbox or in consoles over all is depreciating due to mixed target audiances. The path of gaming seems more directed to module media, such as tablets, phones, etc. When you go to a Bestbuy and find that a Samsung Galaxy III can play a rendered 3D game better than an equally expensive laptop, there should be room for evaulation in the future of game development. Hence, my prior information about stocks.

 

There are rumers that Google may convert to C#, but I do not believe this has ever been validated yet. For now, I would believe it is safe to assume knowing both Java and C# would be prudent and allow him to get what he wants at the same time.

 

But, as I said before... If someone can provide better resources, such as URLs, ISBNs, or personally tutoral dtg108, I would suggest it since this is what he asked for.  I believe it was my last line where I said that, sorry if I didn't.


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