Name: Chris Kashtanova
Member since: 2005-07-11 05:36:07
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C/C++, Game Development, DirectX, OpenGL, PDA programming, AI, *nix, 3D-modelling and much more.
Our development group already did quite a lot. But one thing is quite bad - we lost our web-designer. I don't know what exactly I'll do, but I am weak at such things as web-design, other programmers are just the same and artists of course, too. Maybe someone will join us then.
I read about opject-oriented design lots of time. I am going to use pattern Singleton in my project, but I still try to understand how it works.
I finally finished my Tetris. And now I decided to read some Gradi Bouch. I am going to remake design of my program and improve it a lot.
At the moment I try to decide what to do: improve my Tetris (better to say re-write it with the other design) or write some other game (nothing more difficult than Tetris). A friend of mine gave an advice to improve my Tetris (in code point of view), but I still don't know.
Decided to speak to an old friend who is angry with me for about half of the year. Want to continue our project with him, but most likely he won't reply me. He was too angry with me and so on. So, most likely I'll have to create my own project all by myself...
Was programming tetris and then decided to take some rest and watched Miss Congenuinity with Sandra Bullock. Well.. I think I should train a little bit. Tomorrow will go with my bike, maybe will become more beautiful :'(
Don't like scientific girls more and more. If I only could, I would forget all the things I know in physics and maths and programming and spend all those hours I spent with my PC and other gargets doing some exercises and all the money I spend for trainings... Females should be females.. but I am too old now to become Miss Universe, so I'll better go and finish implementing my Tetris classes..
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