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== Chris Hecker's Homepage ==
 
== Chris Hecker's Homepage ==
  
Welcome to my website.  Here you'll find my writing, programming, and other miscellanea usually, but not always, relating to game development.  I made my original homepage in 1997, using emacs and straight html, and then proceeded to not update it for 9 years.
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Welcome to my website.  Here you'll find my writing, programming, and other miscellanea usually, but not always, relating to game development.  I made my original homepage in 1997, and then proceeded to not update it for 9 years.  I'm really happy with my new [[MediaWiki]]-based website. I'm using tons of amazing Web 2.0 technology to make a website that looks exactly like it was hand coded using [[emacs]] and raw html 10 years ago!  Now ''that'' is progress.  If you're interested in the details, you can [[About|read more about it]].
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I've got enough material here that I couldn't really fit it all on one page, so I've broken it up and provided a handy table of contents for your browsing convenience.
 
I've got enough material here that I couldn't really fit it all on one page, so I've broken it up and provided a handy table of contents for your browsing convenience.

Revision as of 02:11, 22 January 2007

Chris Hecker's Homepage

Recent Changes
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Welcome to my website. Here you'll find my writing, programming, and other miscellanea usually, but not always, relating to game development. I made my original homepage in 1997, and then proceeded to not update it for 9 years. I'm really happy with my new MediaWiki-based website. I'm using tons of amazing Web 2.0 technology to make a website that looks exactly like it was hand coded using emacs and raw html 10 years ago! Now that is progress. If you're interested in the details, you can read more about it.

I've got enough material here that I couldn't really fit it all on one page, so I've broken it up and provided a handy table of contents for your browsing convenience.

I hope you enjoy my work. Most of this material is from my articles in Game Developer Magazine. Game Developer is a great magazine and it's getting even better all the time. The game industry needs a resource like this, so I encourage you to submit articles for it, whether you're an artist, programmer, designer, musician, business person, or whatever. There are submission guidelines on the website. The more information we share as an industry, the more it benefits us all!

If you have bug reports on my pages, or feedback in general, use the email address above.