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Game PIT Podcast release

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Just to let everyone know Game Programmers in Training is still going strong. Its a little podcast done by myself and occasional co-hosts all of whom are game programming students at Northumbria university in the UK. The last two episodes have just been creating a simple framework using PTK. Light listening by people in training. There are no Guru's here but some light hearted attempts at sharing knowledge. Flammable Penguins Site

Last Three Shows

14: Rank and File So I promised to continue the game framework discussion would continue. This week we dive a bit deeper into organising things. Our big first year maths assignment. A quick talk about Headers and Objects. Creating STL compliant Objects. Using STL to manage data. Event Handlers and Message Queues 13: Sky is Falling Down So lets get started on a little project. We shall from scratch create a PTK game framework which we shall be expanding on. 12: Move and Shake, shake We talk about the how to shake and move the pixels. What your going to need is a timer with a marker pen, a needle with a thread, A sprite sheet with a palette, a collection of blank pages. No that's not right you need a keyboard and understanding of how not to drop the reference. So Come down and join us

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