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CosmicDashie

Member Since 05 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 07 2013 02:54 PM

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Most pathetic question you will hear today

06 February 2013 - 03:05 PM

Hey there gamedev.net!

 

I have recently been messing around with the XNA framework, and trying to learn that. But for as much as i am understanding, there is one big concept i just cannot grasp. This concept is matrices...

 

Most tutorials/guides i have looked up seem to describe very very in detail about this concept, while i understand that it is pretty complex... i just cannot pick up what i should be from said guides.

 

I was wondering if anyone of you skilled programming vets could possibly help me with this concept, in a way that an idiot like me could understand :x

 

Thanks in advance and sorry for taking up your time with this silly question


Could use a little direction

04 February 2013 - 12:30 PM

Hey there gamedev.net, i posted a while back about dipping into programming, since then i have been learning c# and trying to grasp programming.

 

I've done enough to have a basic (i mean really basic) understanding of c# and i was looking to see if anyone here would know some good tutorials/references to continue on from here, hopefully eventually getting to developing simple games or something.

 

I am by no means experienced in this yet, but i'm really trying to learn, any help would be appreciated :)


trying to figure out what to do

05 October 2012 - 01:57 PM

Alright, i am a high school student in my final year. Simply put, my goal is to pursue a career in the video game industry.

My knowledge of this is very limited as one would imagine, but i am trying to get into game design/programming

I am posting here because i would like to know the best route to go in order to achieve this, essentially what i should learn.

I am very sorry if i have worded this in a confusing way but i hope i can get some advice/info or anything really on game design/programming

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