Charles Palmer's Blog
Charles is a decade long veteran of professional development mainly focussed on large-scale multiplayer games.
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The Agile Manifesto was written sometime ago to promote a new customer focused, iterative way of working that empowers the people building software. In this blog we take a look at a games focused rewrite in order to better understand how it may help us.
Production problems abound when you rely too heavily on specializations. This blog lays out a few of the pitfalls of over-reliance on specialization and the advantages of breaking free.
Charles Palmer's Comments
[Blog - 12/14/2016 - 09:22]
I absolutely agree and my ...
I absolutely agree and my general experience is that new tools and techniques generally benefit everyone even if people dislike the approach. Data informed design is very much of that ilk. r n r nI 'd heartily recommend everyone to look outside of games. As you 've done to science ...
[News - 06/21/2016 - 05:24]
Derek, it 's pretty clear ...
Derek, it 's pretty clear that this is Katherine 's opinion and that she isn 't speaking for others or trying to psychological manipulate people. Particularly for such a straightforward piece
[News - 05/24/2016 - 05:03]
And given that the English-language ...
And given that the English-language only has three pronouns, two of which are gender specific, I 'm not inclined to see it as intentional harassment. r n r nIf you think that 's actually true you might want to update your knowledge of the ways people were expressing themselves in ...
[News - 05/11/2016 - 04:00]
I totally agree, it 's ...
I totally agree, it 's an amazingly poor screenshot to illustrate that idea. r n r nAlthough I 'd say there are very few games that demonstrate their gameplay in a still. Hence so many games relying on GIFs. I think the author jumped the shark a little with that ...
[News - 05/10/2016 - 04:04]
[Blog - 04/22/2016 - 03:36]
The fact that creating many ...
The fact that creating many copies is basically free does not mean that the cost of creating each copy is effectively zero. In simplistic economic terms it just means increasing supply has no additional cost which makes it easy to meet demand. But that doesn 't make the demand unlimited ...