Amir Barak's Blog
What's to say? I write code, drink coffee, play with my kids and generally try to enjoy life as much as I can. Started programming with BASIC on my C64, moved on to Pascal, Cobol (who the heck remembers that thing?) and onwards to C, C++ and nowadays mostly C#.
In which I describe a fairly simple and mostly useless (but still fun) way of measuring coding progress.
In which I detail a simple but useful utility to convert string representations of a bitmask into a bitmask value.
In which I complain about children and components.
In which we get to see the end result of our locking mechanism and I get to write more code.
In which I share my ideas on the importance of locking transform data in Unity during scene editing and begin setting the stage (heh) for a transform locking system.
Where we take a gander at customizing the texture import process somewhat to make it easier to control.
Amir Barak's Comments
[Blog - 10/30/2014 - 03:49]
You seem to have a ...
You seem to have a strange fixation on usability labs... r n r nAlso, r n I mention recruiting web pages, interview practices, and office environments too. r nNo you didn 't. Here 's the quote: r n Some of that reaction is even to real products we ve built: ...
[News - 10/31/2014 - 05:16]
[Blog - 10/30/2014 - 02:46]
Interesting. The way you described ...
Interesting. The way you described the original scanning concept reminded me a bit of Trauma Center . r n r nAs far as having breasts in the hands of teenage boys and girls. Meh. I think we can all agree that teenage boys and girls will pretty much sexualize anything ...
[News - 08/28/2014 - 01:00]
I feel like there would ...
I feel like there would be less of a backlash if Leigh just prefaced the entire thing with I 'm really mad right now 'cause my friend 's been accused of stuff and the following article is really just an irrational and angry response at no one in particular :/
[Blog - 10/28/2014 - 01:43]
Goes for all languages I ...
Goes for all languages I guess. I 've seen plenty of weird Hebrew sentences/words. r n r nThe lesson to take from here is, if you plan on using a language not your own, do research.
[Blog - 10/24/2014 - 01:56]
But demonizing goes both ways. ...
But demonizing goes both ways. The way some conversations are going you would think everyone participating in the hashtag are the devil. That 's a terrible way to go about it and the fact the opponents of the hashtag are all too quick to dehumanize a massive group of people ...