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Analysis: The Eight Rules Of Roguelike Design [In a special design column taken from his acclaimed GameSetWatch '@Play' series, John Harris examines the history, present and future of dungeon-exploring games, this time paying special attention to the eight critical design elements of a successful roguelike.] Back in November, in my previous column, I mentioned a number of proposed rules of roguelike design, and promised soon to describe them. It's taken a bit longer than I expected, but here they are. I call these rules for rhetorical purposes only. I don't think there are any inviolate laws of game design. But given we are talking about roguelikes, there are certain properties that have been important to the genre. Maybe not to all roguelike games -- some of these have to do with designing a good item identification system, for instance, and many of the more recent games do not use that. I use the term "reasonable play" several times here. Most of the time in a roguelike, the player is not in immediate danger. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Ruby on Rails iwanttolearnruby Ruby-Doc.org: Documenting the Ruby Language Smashing Magazine – For Professional Web Designers and Developers How to make money on Android How to make money on Android We just had our $200,000th birthday. It took longer than I thought (2.5 years), but Puzzleboss costs essentially nothing to run ($48 last month), and has a streamlined web ui for managing the entire business so it’s increasingly low-touch. We started with a pretty crappy MVP that looked very similar to this early version we cross-compiled to web. Some background Puzzleboss started with the exclusive goal of making CYA money, something that would (with vastly more work than imagined) generate enough money to live comfortably while building whatever I wanted to build. Almost from inception it started generating thousands in sales per month, bolstered by ongoing development, new and ejected ideas, and a constant push to improve the user experience. Android has a new opportunity A few months ago Amazon pioneered a new appstore called “Underground” that exclusively monetizes users via the minutes they spend in your app. How to succeed in this environment

Vim for Rubyists part 1 - Vim plugins, tips, tricks and tutorials Photo by supervillain It is really exciting to be a Rubyist lately. We have our amazing tools (rake, rspec, Cucumber, Rails etc.), we write object-oriented code, that is easy to maintain and flexible when it comes to adding new features, and changing domain logic. We have amazing hosting support from Heroku, Engine Yard and Rackspace. Rubyists using Vim Big percentage of the Rubyists are actually using Vim. Gary Bernhardt - Gary is the creator of Destroy all Software. Aaron Patterson (tenderlove) - Tenderlove is a Ruby and Rails core team member. Mislav Marohnić - Mislav is a software craftsman from Croatia. Twitter: @mislavDotfiles: GitHub (Your name here? Vim plugins for Ruby development Vim Ruby Vim Ruby is probably the most popular Vim plugin for Ruby development. This enables: And when you press shift + enter: (Note: you can accomplish the same behaviour with endwise even without pressing shift). Files with a filename extension of .rb or a ruby shebang line (#! Vim Rails Oh, Rails! Janus

Learn Code The Hard Way -- Books And Courses To Learn To Code Install Rails 4.1 · Ruby on Rails Installation Guide by Daniel Kehoe Last updated 17 December 2015 Install Ruby on Rails 4.2 on Mac OS X, Ubuntu, or Windows. These installation guides are used by professional developers to configure their working environment for real-world Rails development. If You Are New to Rails If you’re new to Rails, see What is Ruby on Rails? What is the RailsApps Project? This is an article from the RailsApps project. What’s New in Rails To stay informed of new releases, subscribe to Peter Cooper’s Ruby Weekly newsletter and follow @ruby_news and @rails_apps on Twitter. Rails 4.2 Rails 4.2.5 is the newest release. Learn more about Rails 4.2: What You Need to Know: Rails 4.2 is the current stable version. Earlier Releases For an overview of earlier releases, see a Ruby on Rails Release History. Mac OS X Upgrade to Mac OS X El Capitan (10.11) before installing Ruby. See this article for complete instructions: Install Ruby on Rails – Mac OS X El Capitan Ubuntu Linux On Ubuntu, package managers are available to install Ruby. Windows

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