hey friends, can you help me out? i'm looking for dev work.
i do python+js (django, node, etc) and have a background in web stuff and databases.
here's a recent resume: https://gist.github.com/garbados/db5caa70f844e7ff558f74ef50b5cb76
every lead helps ❤
Hi! I'm looking for examples of mainframe games.
(That is, multiplayer games that are played by the users of a shared server over ssh/telnet.)
Linux BBS games would also work, I guess. Games can be turn based or real time.
MUDs fall in to this box, as do a few games in the bsd-games package.
I should use this account more.
I'm mostly at @email@example.com, but I check in here. Feel free to engage with me.
Eventually, I'll probably make this account mostly my "professional-ish" account, and that one mostly my "personal-ish" account.
But for now, I'm here, and there, and everywhere.
I guess I could explain that last bit some.
A long time ago I was planning to do a sitcom for youtube or whatever about some super heroes from the 30s, with their original origin stories updated to modern times.
Characters that are unquestionably in the public domain, like Micro-Face, the original Blue Beetle, The Black Terror, The Shield, etc.
It was overzelous, and we couldn't pull it off the way I wanted to.
So we're doing it different now (more, but unlisted)
I've been talking with @TaxDan about the next project I'll undertake.
I'm done with the design, and most of the way through the coding for my current project.
Stuff is going well.
I just had a lot of fatty food (avocado, cream cheese, raw tuna) and some eggs. I'm drinking a latte.
I should feel better soon. If I don't I'll reach for the hotsauce.
Anyone wanna brainstorm computer games, game console features, or super heroes/costumes/plots?
This is AMAZING. 83,500 vintage sewing patterns have been put online. Break out the sewing machine! http://www.inquisitr.com/4345306/83500-vintage-sewing-patterns-put-on-an-online-database-from-vogue-mccalls-butterick-and-simplicity/