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Godot Battle Royale Devlog Update #1

Finally Working On A New Game It has been a while since I posted anything, or worked on anything at all. My real job and family life took over a large chunk of my time so I was unable to sit down and really concentrate on working on something. I had also been working with the GodotNuts on the firebase plugin. It is super cool and I highly sugge...

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Working Godot Docker Container

The Backstory Last year I posted an article about making a godot server in docker, and while I was happy with it, I was not convinced that it was really done. I knew I could do more, but I just didn’t have the time or the skills to work on it. Cut to now, and I am working with an awesome team that is helping to implement Firestore natively into...

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Goodbye 2020 And Hello Future

Goodbye 2020 I don’t think it will come as a surprise to anyone. I am glad 2020 is almost over. This has been a year and a half, and I for one am looking forward to never recalling it. There will be no fond memories of it, there will be no talks of the good times. This year sucked, and no one can convince me otherwise. Site News Where Is This...

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Anthem Game In 2020

Not The Best Recived Game Anthem was released to the world in January of 2019, where it was not met with the warmest of receptions. To most this was an overhyped game that failed to deliver on a lot of the promises, and fell short on a technical level. Bugs plauged the game to start, and with repeative missions and for lack of a better term, an...

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VSCode Extensions I Use In 2020

2020 Has Been A Crazy Year There is no good way to sugarcoat this one. 2020 sucked, and it sucked hard. The only silver lining I can see, is 2020 gave me the time I needed to work on my code. For a long time I used to program in a IDE called Atom It’s a great IDE and it fits the needs I had, but some people had been telling me to give VSCode a ...

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Installing Docker and Portainer on CentOS

Docker and Portainer - A Perfect Match Docker has been a life saver for me on my personal server at home, I can’t stress that point enough. Before I found and started to use Docker, I would install all the apps and things I wanted to test locally. It was a mess, and I would need to wipe the server a lot when things would really break. If I had ...

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Using Terraform To Create A GCP Project

Creating a GCP Project with Terraform Like most jobs today, mine requires me to automate as much of it as possible. One of the things that seemed like an easy goal was to auto the creation of a GCP Project using a tool. We used to use Google Deployment Manager, but soon found it was more of a pain than we wanted to keep up to date. Project Lay...

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Godot Server In Docker Container

Godot Has A Server??? I learned about Godot server the other day, and I became very interested in it as a replacement for trying to learn Nakama Server. For anyone who is curious you can download the Godot Server on their website here. After trying to learn the integration between Nakama and Godot, I realized I had a giant mountain in front of ...

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