In a previous post, I talked about not knowing where to start. While that’s still true, I’ve come to realize that all languages are beneficial in any coding career. Can I tell you guys a secret though?
I’m having just as much fun writing these post for you guys as I am developing games. So with that in mind, I’m going to focus on HTML for the next few weeks. Once I have a grasp on that, I’ll be looking into CSS, and then Java.
I have some minimal HTML experience, basically just going into code editor when a work document wasn’t formatting the way I wanted it to, but I’m looking forward to getting to know it more. Knowing a front-end web developer that will be more than happy to share what he knows makes this the perfect side quest that will help give me the guided experience I need to reach my main objective of publishing a game.
The main challenge in this side quest is not falling victim to the trap I find myself in whenever I play a game; my goblin brain is so intrigued by side quests it takes ages to actually progress in the main storyline. Side quests are there for a reason though, they bring additional XP that is desperately necessary when tackling main challenges. While input.GetKeyDown is on hold, I’m looking forward to <p> dominating my brain for a little bit. </p>
If you’re interested in my coding journey, be sure to read more about it!