I use MyFitnessPal. It’s great and free. Even though I love the crowd-sourced information, I don’t like the fact that the database is full of duplicate or wrong info. So, I created a Chrome extension to use on their website to make marking duplicate foods a lot easier. Continue reading
A client came to me yesterday with a problem: He couldn’t print a webpage in Chrome. I look and sure enough, clicking “Print…” in Chrome yielded a page that wasn’t the full page. Why? Because the website he was viewing it on put stuff in frames. Yuck. The 90’s, right? (I know I was guilty of using them back in the days of Angelfire when having your browser being able to upload files to a webserver was a Big Deal) So what did I do? I developed a Chrome extension. It wasn’t too bad. Continue reading
I heard about #1GAM before but I never had the time or drive to participate. I decided to enter something, no matter how small for May 2014. May’s optional theme was MONEY. Since time was short, I went with the first thing I thought of: (even though normally this is bad, but this would also stop me from second-guessing myself) use money to buy platforms. I thought this was a novel idea. Continue reading
One of the things that I’ve been trying to work on is my Not Invented Here Syndrome. There’s some pluses for having it, but I’ve found that when coding Sheets Game that some things became such a chore and kept me from focusing on the game itself. Maybe it was because of my lack of AS3 experience at the time or my desire to “Keep It Simple, Stupid.” Whatever the case, I’ve decided to throw some caution to the wind and start learning Flixel. Continue reading
Finding a game job is tough in this economy so I whipped up a little tool to help myself: the Game Job Finder. It loads a company’s website in an iframe so you can easily flick from one site’s job page to another without having to go through a bunch of links.
I find it helpful. Do you?