I used to work for bia but she stopped paying me (while telling me that she was going to keep on paying me, but she's not even replying to my messages ) so I went back to programming for business aplications.Last week I finished the training course at work, so I was given a 1 week assignment, which I could have coded in one day, 2 tops (actually the assignment was for a team of 4 all fo us new hires)since that was pretty easy Idecided to not waste time and spend the extra time helping my coworkers with whatever they got stuck with and programmed a code generato}r to program my assignment so I coudl take down the programming time froma few hours to a few minutes. once you spend enough time coding business apps youcan spot patterns and then code thing that 66automatically handle those patterns.The project with bia was finished but it was left ina comercially unviable way, so I will ask some people to give me some career advice regarding that since I don't feel like working for the videogames industry after this burn (or for brasilians or for transexuals).
✓-Had an eureka moment when dreaming up code for a Mugen version of Tetris. ✓-Scrambled to get my thoughts down.✓-Many hours have gone by. ✓-Just realized I haven't checked or ran any of my code through Mugen yet.... Bracing for disappointment!
Im bummed to hear about your work with bia, hopefully it all works out. I wish I could get into that sprite/animation side of a commercial games or just getting paid *well* to make fan sprites.
Oh, I want a diagram. I fucking love diagrams.
Was digging through some old stuff and realized its about that time...
Now, I was planning to get Pokemon Ultra Moon to get a fresh start on the newest generation plus I've been interested in some of the new additions. But I noticed those games just sitting there and nobody seems to be interested in buying them because there were a lot of copies there.