The fediverse is expanding, and one example that shows pictures and stories is Pixelfed.
How do large, AAA games come together? Is it from a large group of people getting together and committing to make a game? Not quite. What is required is good leadership, and great management skills. Here’s a description of a high level manager on a game development team.
In my quest to find a better job, I have streamlined my system for finding and applying for job postings. What I first do is look on Indeed or ZipRecruiter for a position I could fill. Next I add this to a persistent Note on my Nextcloud instance. This way, I can look at it […]
Over the past couple of years, I have been studying and making things with the Godot Engine. This has been mainly for the end goal of creating a big multiplayer game possibly in the same vein as Borderlands. While I have not made anything of real worth, I feel that I have gained enough knowledge […]
A Walkman (or just a cassette player) has become an iconic piece of technology from the 1980s and the 1990s. This piece of tech became the mediator through which a music listener consumed their media. People who grew up (or at least lived) through these decades may look fondly on a piece of technology like […]
I was reading a BBC article months ago about a guy who tried to sink his business. The reason why he wanted to sink his business? The problem, as he saw it, was that this simple code was open source – that is, it had already been made available to developers at no cost – […]
[Update November 26, 2019] – Hans de Goede, a Linux kernel programmer, has figured out a way of partially fixing the suspend issue. He has since written patches for the kernel and have submitted them upstream. Apparently, he found that the embedded controller (EC) on the notebook isn’t like other ECs, and so doesn’t handle […]