Community Showcase

This is a selection of recent work done by community members. Want to participate? Join us on Discord.
Ben Visness
4 weeks ago
Hello again, everyone! Just in time for July, we have a project update for the month of June.

If you're not familiar, we take an opportunity each month to highlight some of the amazing work that's being shared on the Discord server and share it with the broader community as well. We also get a few words from each project's creator so you can learn more about what they're up to.

We've got a big one today, so let's get into it!

Palanteer (by Dadaaam)

This project came out of nowhere this month. Palanteer is a comprehensive profiler for C++ ... Read More →


3 weeks, 2 days ago
=== Introduction ===

Modern day secondary storage drives, like SSDs, divide up their storage space into fixed-sized sectors. On floppy disks and old hard disks, each sector was 512 bytes (these days they're 4KB each). When the operating system wants to access the drive, it needs to specify the sector it wants to access. Sectors are numbered from 0 up to X-1, where X is the total number of sectors on the drive. The number of a sector is called its logical block address, or LBA for short. The total storage capacity of a drive is calculated ... Read More →

Sir Happenlance and the Spear of Density

1 day, 21 hours ago
I'm starting up on devlog videos again after a long hiatus. In this one, I show off all the features we built into the level editor, as well as some of the challenges of making editor tools for a game with extensive 2D parallax.

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3 months ago is now available.

This includes the build for AArch64 on macOS. There may be a few issues remaining that are specific to this platform which will likely be addressed with the next update.

Currently I am planning to do another smaller update ( which should be a mix of smaller improvements and bugfixes. Read More →
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Macoy Madson
2 weeks ago
It has been a while since I last wrote an article. Last month, I left my previous job after six years there. I moved from California to the East Coast to start at a new job, which I have been enjoying so far. The change has been especially good for showing both how much I know and how much I have to learn.

I also had several realizations about what I want to do with my career.


My current career goal is to become self-sufficient by creating products that I both believe in and own personally[1].

Cakelisp was one ... Read More →