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Where is @Ignatz?

I've come back recently to read the Codea Talk, and haven't seen a post from good @Ignatz. Is he taking a break or something?


  • dave1707dave1707 Mod
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    His last visit shows as Feb 19th. He must be taking a break.

  • IgnatzIgnatz Mod
    Posts: 5,396

    I've moved on, actually. I haven't done any programming for a year now. Having learned all I could about Codea, I now spend most of my time doing family history research.

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    Dev burnout
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    sadly, thats only thing all game devs have in common

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    @Ignatz Hopefully you'll pick it up again, out of boredom ;)

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    @Ignatz it's very unfortunate to hear that you moved on to something else, tho I don't really blame you, and family history is really interesting as well. Since you have "stopped" with Codea, can you post some code of your really complex projects. I've read a lot of your blog and I've always thought, how did he do that?! You don't have to, it would just be legendary and help out a lot, thnx!

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    Yeah, that would be AWSOME! Maybe make like a gist and put a bunch of your unshared finished and not finished stuff too. I would truly be awesome and it should be too hard to do.

  • edited March 2017 Posts: 786

    Hi @CamelCoder and @EvanDavis, have you guys checked out his blog at Coolcodea . All the code linked in there.

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    @Bri_G I know, I've seen that. In fact, that helped me start out. However, there are some projects that look so cool that he kept to himself (and I don't blame him, they look like it took him a long time)

  • IgnatzIgnatz Mod
    Posts: 5,396

    I'm not sure I have anything else, but I'll have a look

  • @Ignatz, I've been away a while and I was wondering where you were as well.

    I appreciate you stepping back in to answer the question, and I respect the tone of finality in your announcement.

    You did great things here, and you helped a ton of people, including me.

    Much gratitude, and best of wishes to you in your new endeavors.

    Plus mad props to another Herriman aficionado!

  • dave1707dave1707 Mod
    Posts: 6,787

    The last time Ignatz checked in was July 21st.

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    Yes, I really appreciate your work and help @Ignatz. Wish you success in your future endeavours.

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