Poppin in last minute as a suprise as always
It's a feature.
Surprise bonkle content comin' at cha real quick-fast 5 days continuously editing on my week off... never again.
Beware Turaga Onewas
It doesn't affect the channel in any way, but I thought I'd post it here too so people know:
Can I still blame you?
Never gonna give it up
But will you ever let it down, or run around and desert it?
WE'RE AT IT AGAIN WITH OUR 2ND BATTLE FOR PODCAST DOMINANCE!!!
Thanks to everyone at the BCC Crew!
Feels good to finally release another video. This one took quite long to get off the ground but I'm glad with the results. This year we split up the editing duties between the parts, so instead of me doing both, I just edited part 1 while LQ and Klenda edited part 2. Twas a lot of fun and I'm lookin' forward to duking out again come 2019.
G2 Ended 2 years ago so...
Finally completed our concept art trilogy!
41 - Faber Files
45 - Rebel Nature
51 - G2 Concept Art
I still love G2 : )
Does anyone even know what a 'TTV Message Board' is?
Big shout out to @PekekoaOfJungle for his awesome pixel art!
Also shout out to the new mods: @BioKnight, @ReeseEH, @prentice1215, @Cocoa, and @Spiderus_Prime for doin' what you do
it the thing your on waj. learn your place... literally.
Thanks for the shoutout man
Weekly content? I thought Modularity was ded!
So we here at Modularity have engineered a cunning plot to take over the establishment: by compiling cut conversations from Modcast episodes we can make renewable content at an accelerating rate, thereby breaking all known laws of YouTubian physics.
Its called Modulus because its the “remainder” of the Modcast… programmers’ll get it
shows my programmer teacher is garbage then as i dont get and ive coded a game. mind teaching me mr waj.
There's an operator in programming that allows you to calculate the remainder when dividing two numbers. Its often denoted by a percent sign: %.
For example: 5 % 2 = 1, if you imagine there being bracketed slots that can hold 2 stars each, then it would look like this: [**] [**] [* ]. Since one of the brackets isn't filled completely, that means there's a remainder. In this case its one since that's the number of stars left over when you count the complete ones: [* ].
I tend to call it Modulus but its also referred to as the Modulo operation. Here's the wiki article if you wanna read more about it:
waj when are we having a programming episode
we better be have a programming episode.
That could be interesting, not sure how many of us have programmed tho. I only got back into programming very recently, I started when I was 15 (or 12 if you count Game Maker 7) and had been developing apps and designing websites till I was 18 or 19. Then I stopped for about 3 years and got way into editing.
Here's an example of something I made recently for a class. I want to make more visual programs because I think they're souper cool:
very nice. im having to learn for my degree im starting next month. but my teacher of it for the last 3 years has been garbage so i have nothing apart from a hammered together game where i didnt do much of the coding.
If you ever need anybody Waj, I'm available. I'm currently studying for a degree in software engineering, so if you want to discuss C++, I somewhat know my stuff. I've also done a good chunk of HTML/CSS coding, but I'm probably a bit rusty considering I've been focused on C++ for the last year