An analogy that I’ve heard once, long ago, is that the computer is basically a blind person asking for directions, and as a programmer your job is to give exact directions. Using higher and higher level languages is somewhat equivalent to relying on the blind person being more and more familiar with the area already.
Anyway, good luck with C++!
Some guy tries out a high-end feature phone instead of a smart phone.
Not specifically a computer thing, but I figure this is the most relevant place to put this.
Personally, I like flip-phones and would love to see a properly made (single-screen, not dual-screen) smartphone that’s made available here. (With a hardware keyboard.) I think I’ve heard of one Japanese flip-phone running Android…
Either way a headphone jack is absolutely necessary for me. Kind of a shame the feature phone from the article doesn’t have one.
So, Sekai Project retweeted this
Seems like a cool thing if you don’t want to go the path of writing the tools yourself, but I’ve not tried it. Of course there are free solutions as well. (Ren’py, for example.) The tooling looks well done.
I’m still curious about Key’s workflow on their VNs. (It looks like they’ve got a pretty neat, and complete, setup.)