You don’t have a clue and you should stop pretending that you do

Original Author: Jonathan Adamczewski When it comes to making improvements to your code, you repeatedly demonstrate an inability to pick the right targets. Your intuition is without connection to reality, and you waste time trying to solve problems that don’t need solving. You don’t even try to gather evidence before sallying forth on a pointless … Continue reading “You don’t have a clue and you should stop pretending that you do”

Spatial Partitioning. Part 1: Survey of spatial partitioning solutions

Original Author: Jason-Swearingen A quick note: Being my second post here at #AltDevBlogADay, I was going to write about the commercial viability of XNA.  However I’m just finishing up the architecture of our new spatial partitioning system, so I’ll be doing this series first, while it’s still in my head 🙂 Spatial Partitioning Series! I’ll … Continue reading “Spatial Partitioning. Part 1: Survey of spatial partitioning solutions”