Agora Games. Lead Engineer. Ruby. Python. Java. Rails. Gamer. Foodie. Author. Snowboarder. Beekeeper. You can find me on Twitter @CzarneckiD, GitHub (personal): https://github.com/czarneckid and GitHub (work): https://github.com/agoragames.
Posts by David Czarnecki
  1. Put On Your Game Face (revisited) ( Counting comments... )
  2. The Costco-ification of Leaderboards ( Counting comments... )
  3. Put On Your Game Face ( Counting comments... )
  4. What Makes You "Tick" #3? ( Counting comments... )
  5. The Waiting Game ( Counting comments... )
  6. Leaderboard Benchmarking ( Counting comments... )
  7. Leaderboard Hack-A-Thon Post-mortem ( Counting comments... )
  8. Hack-A-Thon ( Counting comments... )
  9. What Makes You "Tick" #2? ( Counting comments... )
  10. Re-Education (Through Leaderboards) ( Counting comments... )
  11. I'll Show You Mine If You Show Me Yours ;) ( Counting comments... )
  12. Continuous Notification ( Counting comments... )
  13. What Makes You "Tick"? ( Counting comments... )
  14. To Catch A Completionist ( Counting comments... )
  15. I Am Data (And So Can You!) ( Counting comments... )
  16. What are you playing tonight? ( Counting comments... )
  17. Meta Leaderboards ( Counting comments... )
  18. How I Got Into The Video Game Industry ( Counting comments... )
  19. Leaderboards: A How-To Guide ( Counting comments... )

I'm off to a conference this week, so I need to keep this blog post very short. I promise to write a more lengthy blog post before my next scheduled blog post to make up for this one.

Do all programmers have some kind of "tick" when they're thinking at the keyboard? Mine is to tap the CAPS LOCK key on and off a few times. I use it as a way to still be connected in some way to the keyboard. I do it in writing blog posts as well. I'm doing it right now. But, you'd never know it.

What makes you "tick"?

You can find more hilarity over on my Twitter account, @CzarneckiD.