The asker is familiar with HLSL?
That's just the last 100 years, though. And be aware that the completness magnitude changes over time.
Just curious... which one do you consider "pinkier"? Canada? Just in case Switzerland != Sweden.
When a kid wants to know how to solve a particular problem, they're going to learn the maths necessary.
Indeed. That was my experience with my younger brother, around 10 at the time. I showed him a simple reversi (aka Othello) game I had coded in python, with just a simple text representation of the board, fully expecting him, accustomed to 3D games with colorful graphics and all that, to dismiss it inmediately. Not the case. He was so amazed that you could do that, and intrigued by the how, he didn't care for the trivial UI or the English keywords (which he barely understands) in the non-graphical code.
So my advice to the OP would be to focus less on the tools, but more on the content: What would motivate your daughter or other kids to try and understand what makes a computer tick?
Thanks. Not the AC, but was in the same situation.
Nomen est omen. Of course Segura finds a way to be safe.
Seriously? Your comparing this to an UPS the one time a car analogy would actually have made sense?
Some good stuff there. The worst offenders, though, still are VST plugin developers.
Not that much, I think. I am not an expert, but if those are impact metamorphism diamonds, they are probably polycrystalline (composed of lots of small grains of different size and orientation) and not well suited for jewelry.
So can someone explain what makes this text editor so popular? Is it features, feel, performance, configurability? A careful balance of all of these?
How does it compare to some of Linux' standard GUI text editors? Say gEdit, kate, geany?
Weird. From here I couldn't even see the decrypted version once. Just see undecyphrable verses.
...John Carmack goes through to add comments, clean up code,
That should be part of the deal. Or maybe it's a reason why we don't see more open sourced commercial software?
Probably. Or to put it in kinder words: To appeal to a larger set of potential contributors.
Some games that have, IMO, succeeded in the polish department, have done so because they by design don't require many assets or they can "borrow" from another game (commercial or not), to get them started while new content is generated . If I was to start an amateur OSS game project, I'd try to keep that in mind. A good example of the former is naev, and of the latter, openTTD.
Panguite (IMA 2010-057), (Ti4+,Sc,Al,Mg,Zr,Ca)1.8O3, is a new titania, occurring as fine-grained crystals with Ti-rich davisite in an ultra-refractory inclusion within an amoeboid olivine inclusion from the Allende CV3 carbonaceous chondrite.
A titanium-bearing mineral has been accepted into the International Mineralogical Asoc.'s catalgoue. Chondrites are a class of meteorites, the important part being that they are supposed to have formed as such and were not part of a larger body. (No evidence of impact or melting).
Some carbonaceous meteorites have large (several mm diameter) grains of material which were formed in vacuum, in particular those of the CV subtype. This particular meteorite's chrondrules (that's what those grains are called) contain refractory (i.e. heat-resistant) material in the amoeboid (rounded, irregular shape) olvine inclusions. Olivine is a basic ( = low silica content) mineral series common in celestial bodies (also the inner earth) and very suceptible to weathering, that is, exposure to water. Altered olivine has been found in fragments of meteorites from mars, which is the reason it is believed that there once was a water on that planet. But that's another story.