Daily Archives: 28 July 2009

Seriously, somebody just give this guy a freaking medal already. James Portnow is one of those darling industry people who regularly and uncontrollably spouts nice big essays of complete sense and logic for the rest of humankind to benefit from. I’ve always been a little bit peeved about uptight developers […]

The Casual / Core War

I’ve always had a bit of a soft spot for Python: it’s a really fun, easy-to-use language that literally brings joy to the coding process, and I’ve yet to run into a programmer who actively dislikes it. Heck, even if you’re not into “pure” Python, it tends to be incredibly […]

Python and Roguelikes