May 152011

Here’s what you can expect for May!

Hey guys,

First up, I apologize for how late this is coming out – I have been swamped with both professional and personal stuff these past few weeks and as a result Techority has been a little bit neglected.

I’ll be skipping the usual format this month to write you a brief note and give you a little rundown on what I have planned for the coming weeks.

May Tutorials

  • Modularize your code (will be posted immediately after the newsletter)
  • Post to Twitter
  • Counting down to a date (Eg, a Christmas countdown)
  • How to deal with frustration (not a tutorial as such, but useful for any Indie Dev)
  • Time permitting, a fourth part to Corona for Newbies covering the basics of physics

My little note :)

It’s been a busy few weeks for me and I haven’t had a chance to be here as often as I’d like.

I’ve been off trying to complete Pixel Slice, I’ve been loving my new casual gig with Ansca – for which your heartfelt messages of congratulations were most appreciated – and I’ve been juggling some personal stuff as well. I’m aware that sounds a tad ominous, I assure you it’s not; it’s just we all have personal lives and sometimes they can get a bit busy and interfere with our work.

I’d like to extend my thanks to those of you who purchased Pixel Slice, to those who have joined Techority’s Facebook page and those who have voted on the poll on said page for what tutorials and templates they’d like to see in the near future.

I hope the following weeks can be productive and positive for all of us and I look forward to seeing you around the Corona forum – I do love showing off my fancy Ansca Staff badge!

Peach Pellen :)

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  2 Responses to “Techority Newsletter – May 2011”

  1. Hey JC,

    I’ve noticed you’ve been quiet for awhile, thanks for the kind words – good luck getting back to Corona sometime real soon :)


  2. hi Peach! congrats on the ANSCA gig!!! my “day job” has taken me away from coding for a month or so, but hopefully will be back into it soon – will check out/buy pixel slice and love the tutorials as always!

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