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Pepe Camarasa

Member Since 14 Sep 2005
Offline Last Active Dec 19 2013 05:23 AM

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In Topic: Looking for feedback on programmer portfolio.

31 October 2013 - 04:21 AM

Wow, that's spot on, very useful advice! Will definitely improve it based on your comments, thanks!

In Topic: Looking for feedback on programmer portfolio.

29 October 2013 - 03:27 PM

Gotcha, thanks for the advice frob.

In Topic: Looking for feedback on programmer portfolio.

29 October 2013 - 02:46 AM

This actually saddens me, because I couldn't even make clear what my project was about on my portfolio. Any tips on that?


About the readme.txt files you mean along the demos? Or in in the source code repository? On both maybe?


Thanks for your time.

In Topic: Looking for feedback on programmer portfolio.

29 October 2013 - 12:18 AM

Hello frob, thanks for your reply.


I think there's a misunderstanding here. The project that I'm showing is the engine itself, the C++ code. All files with the "Ax_" extension (AK for Alegria Kernel, AC for Alegria Component, etc) are mine, as you can see on the license header on each .hpp file. (Alegria.cpp & Alegria.hpp are mine too, of course). It has been 3 years of work on my part!


I did use external libraries, of course, here's the list:

  • Box2D for physics simulation.
  • Python for scripting.
  • Soil for image loading.
  • TinyXML for XML parsing.

The Python code is just examples of use of the API I expose to the actual user of my engine.


I don't know if you are aware of this, maybe it's me who misunderstood you!


Thanks for your reply!


EDIT: I also made the editor you see in the video and in the images (http://www.jgcamarasa.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/editor1.jpg). It's all part of the same project (as the editor is designed for the engine and it's seamlessly connected to it) but I thought it would be better to show it in a different page of my portfolio, which I will in the next days. You can find its source code here: http://code.google.com/p/alegria-editor/ .

In Topic: About to finish my CS degree. What's the next step?

20 September 2013 - 10:48 AM

Buster2000: Thank you for your comment, that's an interesting piece of advice. I've always leaned toward Tools Programmer so I'll check into that.


Tom: Thanks for the response, your articles are very informative. Seems like not being local is quite problematic. I'll be looking for jobs around europe so I'll be sure to tell the person I contact with that travelling to make an in-place interview it's a possibility, I hope that helps a bit. Will make sure to extend my portfolio while I search, too. Thanks for the insight.