Pyweek is Over — What comes next

May 4, 2009

Yes, after a week of emotions, programming, drawing in Inkscape, and uploading demos, Pyweek has ended!

Judging is still in progress, but I’ll post my scores and placing when they are in.

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I’ve been thinking about what comes next in my life.

I’ve been considering competing in the Pyggy Awards, which is a three-month follow-up to Pyweek. I think, though, that I want to take a break from my Pyweek game for a while first.

That said, I’ve been kicking around a few ideas for what to do with my newfound spare time.

First, I will start work on Penelope. I like the concept, and I think it would be a good one to pursue.

Second, there will be two other projects I will work on, both in Ruby/SDL

All three of these are long-term projects

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In addition, I will consider entering the Pyggy awards. I was originally very excited about them, but had no idea about how bored I would get of my game!

But eh, I’ll probably enter in it. I just won’t be devoting 100% of my time to it like I did during Pyweek.

That’s about all I really have to say. Like I said earlier, I’ll post the Pyweek results for my game later, for the curious.

Peace.

—Henry


Takin’ A Break Today

April 24, 2009

Today, I’m gonna take a break. I’m going to be lazy, get nothing done, and maybe even go out to the park for a walk.

I need to de-stress, I need to exercise, and I need a break.

Might update here or on Twitter, but I’m not going to work today. My C++ exam project can wait until tomorrow, studying for the CO230 exam can wait until tomorrow, and every project I have started can wait until tomorrow.

Today, I relax. =^..^=

—Henry