Randy ramped up his Analog Sampling series this month with 4 new posts at a level of consistency I don’t know if I’ll ever reach.
My posting has slowed to a crawl as I have been using my spare time to explore developing cross-platform games and applications in C using the SDL library. I’m nearing the end of my experimentation phase and will discuss some of my findings in upcoming posts.
I’ve started a new “management” category that I’m hoping to build out. This will likely cover leadership related topics, but often specifically in the context of software management.
With Summer coming to a close, I suspect my frequency of writing will increase as we enter the colder and wetter months.
Building a simple pong game in C with SDL and emscripten to compile to web assembly. Amazing that this clocks in under 250 kB transferred.#gamedev #webdev #programming— Adam Berg (@devtails) July 19, 2022
Demo and code: https://t.co/YwEl4NHj0J pic.twitter.com/ADEr9yDpXa
Getting back in to C programming with SDL. I think this may be my permanent home. First a simple notes app. Probably looking at an offline music player next. @Spotify is extremely underwhelming...why do I pay monthly to listen to the same songs over and over? pic.twitter.com/Yxmn2EwWoB— Adam Berg (@devtails) July 24, 2022
Articles From July
Did you hear VHS is making a comeback? Poor picture quality did not matter back then - why would it now? Having dumped a personal fortune into the format, there is no pleasure in dumping unfortunate tapes in the garbage. Press Pause on this Rewind.
As video content gets shorter in step with modern attention spans, entertainment value needs to go up. How do you figure out the creative parts and pieces in short order? Fortunately, thousands of media assets are available online, shaving eons off production time.
In the age of Tik-Tok and flavor-of-the-month mob apps that instantly share minute insights to the world, a more complex video will take more time to produce. Here is a creative project review of our own making.
One piece of leadership advice that has stuck with me is the idea that for every negative interaction you have with someone, you need to have 5 positive ones to offset every 1 negative
The world as we know it was made small by automobiles, and made bigger by the car radio. While it took many basic inventions and technologies (metals, wheels, lubricants, etc.) to build the first car, technology now pervades through all parts of the automotive food chain. The pace of change was not always so fast, so enjoy this slow walk through mobile dashboard technology.