I'm honored to be listed among the fine folks of the GitHub Stars program, which gathers shining individuals from the world’s largest open source community, though I still think I got mistaken for someone else.
I'm happy to announce the book I was helping technically review is finally finished and available to be bought - HTML5 Games: Novice to Ninja witten by Earle Castledine and published by SitePoint.
It was a game development hackathon that happened on September 24th at CVSR College of Engineering in Hyderabad, India and was organized by Harsha Bandaru - Mozilla Representative in that area.
It was my second visit to MozFest - the first time was two years ago at MozFest 2013 and I was amazed by the specific festival atmosphere. That's why I decided to go this year too, but this time with a different session.
Another month passed by - I've continued my WebVR gamedev activities: writing, talking and demoing. There's still some js13kGames work to be done too.
As expected, September was full of work on the js13kGames competition. I was able to travel a little bit in the meantime, but it wasn't much - I visited Lublin and Berlin.
I had the pleasure of visiting my home town and speaking at the local meet.js Lublin meetup - on September 3rd I gave a talk about the Gamepad API.
Most of the month was taken over by js13kGames, obviously – sending more emails, accepting the entries and overall competition management. I also had the chance to run a gamedev workshop on another continent.
Not much gamedev related work happened in June as I spent the first week of the month on vacations (first time in 3 years!) and the last one attending the Mozilla work week in Canada.