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This post was the last of a series of 3 I recorded together, so it picks up right on the heels of episode 39 from a flow perspective. I initially tied up loose ends from the previous episode and then got the pawn's diagonal capture in place, at least for the white pawns (acceptance tests for ...
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In writing my book, I find that I wind up with these thoughts, paragraphs and mini-essays that may or may not find their way into the book. I'm adding to Leanpub sequentially, but writing relevant things as they occur to me, so there are bits floating around, waiting to have a home.
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A few months back, I wrote a post about changes to my site and work. Today, I have another announcement in that same vein: I've recently partnered with NDepend to help start and create content for their blog. If you go there now, you can see the maiden post which announces the release of the ...
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For this episode, I did something a bit different. I actually recorded the coding for this and then two more episodes on its heels. If you're following along on github, you'd notice that I've checked in code for episode 40, though I still need to do the audio for those next two episodes.
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Does anyone remember a few years ago, when the mayor of New York decided to learn to program? It was a heady time, because it wasn't just him. I remember these surreal commercials where Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh was encouraging children to learn to code for the good of humanity or something.
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Got back in the saddle with this episode, and had a shorter recording that basically went well. Someone pointed out in the comments that I had reversed king and queen position for the black pieces, so I started off by fixing that, and then moved on to fixing a bug and finally implementing the ...
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Learning to Love Bugs. My apologies for the titular pun in reference to “I Love Big Brother” of iconic, Orwellian fame, but I couldn't resist. The other day, I was chatting with some people about the idea of factoring large methods into smaller, more focused ones and one of the people chimed in ...
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What I accomplish in this clip: Finished implementing the bishop acceptance tests. Introduced the concept of “capture move” and “non-capture move” to piece movement. Made some good headway on the pawn's diagonal capture capability. Here are some lessons to take away: ...
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If you're a regular reader of this blog, I'm treating you to a strange post. Consider this experimental art of a fashion, I suppose. Odd as it sounds, this isn't addressed to you, though I encourage you to read it, hope that you enjoy it, and suggest that you consider doing a version of it ...
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Got back in the saddle with this episode, and had a shorter recording that basically went well. Someone pointed out in the comments that I had reversed king and queen position for the black pieces, so I started off by fixing that, and then moved on to fixing a bug and finally implementing the ...
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Got back in the saddle with this episode, and had a shorter recording that basically went well. Someone pointed out in the comments that I had reversed king and queen position for the black pieces, so I started off by fixing that, and then moved on to fixing a bug and finally implementing the ...
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