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Interesting links

Monday, December 1st, 2014

Here is a list of some useful links I dont want to loose


My LD27 entry won the second position in Graphics!

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

I was surprised but my A DEUS minigame made in 48 hours won the second position (from 1400 entries) in the graphics category thanks to the public votations.

Obviously I didnt ranked so well in the rest of the categories but that encouraged me to work harder next time and achieve a better position in other categories as well.

Updating Simplecanvas

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

I have improved Simplecanvas so now it has some basic 3D rendering functions, check the latest entries in the gallery to see the syntax.

It is a pity that I can’t use WebGL (I want to keep it as compatible as possible, specially for iOS), otherwise I could make something more like processing.




Thursday, February 28th, 2013

When the client ask if there is any documentation


the_coding_love() (or Les joies du code is you are french) is a tumblr that every developer would love.Expresses the life of a coder through animated gifs.
And there is also Developer’s life which is basically the same.

Pixelart nights

Friday, October 26th, 2012

I have to resume working in one of my old flash games, the engine was advancing very well as the editor but suddently I switched to Javascript and now it is hard to go back to Flash. Anyway, here is a background I made with photoshop, to see if I get inspired to continue with my games.


Clouds Over Cuba

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

I just watched Clouds over Cuba, an online documentary about the Cuban Missile’s Crisis, and I loved the interactive format they used as much as the content. Also I always found very interesting the history around the Cold War, a good example of Game Theory.

Javascript syntax…

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Javascript has that point of uncertainty that makes coding and adventure! Here is one example:

] ()
SyntaxError: syntax error
] {}
] ({})
Object {}

For more oddities like this one, I suggest the hilarious presentation WAT from Gary Bernhardt.