I achieved 3D collision detection

I was able to easily and quickly implement this functionality in part due to the experience and technology I acquired during this whole multiplayer game endeavor. I won’t be detailing how I implemented collisions in three dimensions, so this won’t be a very technically informative entry.

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There is Only Convergence and Divergence

Since there are no ups and downs, since there is only converging to optimums or not, I’m releasing a public reference and documentation entry of my current processes and recent achievements that will help facilitate convergence.

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Commitment to a Vision

It’s important to never give up. As an entrepreneur, I have many constraints, both natural and artificial. But I’m committed to starting up a kawaii 3D multiplayer browser game and I have faith that I will succeed despite anything.

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Final Gemini Project Report

The Gemini Project has served its purpose and is now completed. Due to the combination of the project’s very generous and flexible performance constraint and its driving time constraint, I have determined that I have enough science, experience, and technology needed to develop a 3D multiplayer game.

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Exploiting the constraints of the Gemini Project

I’m not currently making progress with the Gemini Project. So I began β€œquestioning my assumptions” (not words I use), or more accurately and realistically, I investigated looking for what system principle was at fault for causing the system’s goal from not being currently achieved.

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Founder's Commitment

If I fail, it would be because I did not have the ambition to do the right thing in addition to not having the strength to do the right thing. And the right thing to do is to win at any cost for I play to win.

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I made a vertical Japanese writing service

A free web service that allows you to easily create vertical Japanese writing, or 縦書き (たてがき or tategaki), from your horizontal Japanese writing, ζ¨ͺ書き (γ‚ˆγ“γŒγ or yokogaki).

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Debugging Typescript with Visual Studio Code

The problem involves using Typescript (as opposed to Javascript) as the language for a front-end program with the goal of debugging using the Visual Studio Code IDE’s debugger. The solution involves configuring Typescript compilation options, using a server to host the front-end program, using the Debugger for Chrome extension, and configuring Visual Studio Code launch options.

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Ever closer

I’m refining my daily habits, cultivating a success mindset. I wish to obtain the ability to focus so that I may move on to the next phase.

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Simple linear regression with Python!

Web D.va’s foray into statistical learning begins with creating a simple linear regression calculation function in Python. Ever since I started reading about statistical learning I’ve always wanted to implement a linear regression line in code myself!

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Progress on Inverting a Binary Search Tree

My days are currently in a rhythm where they start in the afternoon, but on the day I decided to revisit my binary search tree inversion problem, my day began at 09:00. As such, I wanted to be productive and make use of my unpexpected time, so I decided to spend a few hours trying to come up with an algorithm that works.

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Pantsu Sweeper and Grinding!

What I’ve been recently up to is making progress on my Pantsu Sweeper minesweeper clone and other things too! In fact, this particular time period has been productive! I even understand how to transform and inflect verbs in Japanese now!

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js13k 2017 game jam

I initially participated in the 2017 js13k game jam. It’s a month long game jam with the restriction that you have to make a Javascript game in under thirteen kilobytes.

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