Here’s an easy way to make a few bucks before the Kentucky Derby: Bet your friends that every horse on the track is a Capricorn. While they’re scrambling to look up all those equine birthdays, drink their juleps. Then make your case: Under a byzantine rule created more than a century ago, every r... Source
I read recently on Leo Babauta's blog at Zenhabits.net, a line that really stuck with me. The rough idea is that your habits shouldn't be viewed as some difficult new undertaking that will make your life better, but as the living of your better life.
Well, here's some brainstorming on little ways to live my better life.
1. Clean a little every day
You may have noticed that we’re going through a quiet spell. No, we haven’t disappeared, we’re working a hard as ever putting together our level editor. The editor is going to allow every site user to create their own code challenges and deploy them to the community. You will be able to choose the units in your challenge, the strategy required to win, the win conditions, and the level art. Like Legos or minecraft, the rest will be up to you.
Want to teach your children some simple if/else statements? Or a struggling student about variables? Or your tutee about pathfinding algorithms? Pretty soon you’ll be able to make your own educational coding games and distribute them to the world.
In the mean time, let us know if there’s anything we can do to improve the way the game currently works. We really appreciated everyone’s feedback to the MVP and want to keep the momentum going!