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Good Programming Technique 101

Posted Aug 9, '09 at 6:05am

stijnhero

stijnhero

24 posts

faved it XD could be use full.

 

Posted Oct 28, '09 at 7:37pm

ZeroComp

ZeroComp

392 posts

This has gotten me in the programming spirit so I will be working on my game a lot hope to see it up soon ;)

[b]HAPPY PROGRAMMING[b/]

 

Posted Nov 5, '09 at 7:35am

7432200

7432200

135 posts

I wish it had more script on it to copy

 

Posted Nov 14, '09 at 8:27pm

Google567

Google567

4,141 posts

I wish I could get into making games.
I think it'll never happen though.

 

Posted Nov 14, '09 at 10:08pm

Google567

Google567

4,141 posts

Does it get easier or always hard.

 

Posted Nov 16, '09 at 1:20am

Annihalation

Annihalation

491 posts

Depends on what kind of learner you are. If you learn by reading (like me) you could get good at it simply by reading tutorials, getting the correct result, and then tweaking it and getting your desired result. If you learn by listening (also like me), It would be good to get a friend or someone who is experienced to help you learn. If you learn by doing, Trial and error is not bad, as long as you save copies of your work often!

The main obstacle in coding is time. You need to be dedicated and have at least a little bit of time to spend on coding, at least a couple times a week if you want to become a serious game maker. I stopped working on it for a month and that's all it took for me to forget a lot of what I learned.

 

Posted Nov 16, '09 at 6:17pm

Metaknight100

Metaknight100

3 posts

I guess if I really want to make games,I gotta take extra school time.

 

Posted Nov 16, '09 at 6:56pm

Google567

Google567

4,141 posts

Thanks, I can see all those points.
But really on the internet, whats the difference between reading and listening?

 

Posted Nov 24, '09 at 2:59am

JustScott

JustScott

99 posts

wait wat... im confused... im going to sleep ... wake me up when this is all in one clear post

 

Posted Nov 24, '09 at 9:52am

jdconoly

jdconoly

2 posts

thx man i need some help

 
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