I recently threw together an adventure for my colleagues. Go read about it on my project work blog.
I’ve gotten a bunch of really good feedback from people on the D&D subreddit on the adventure I’m writing for my colleagues! Including when to bring in NPCs, how to make travel less on-rails, and how much exposition to be reading aloud.
I’m still pretty nervous about the game, but I’m certain it will be fun.
I like this very much. Use syntax highlighting to flag similar variables, rather than keywords (because who cares?). It’s talked about on Medium.
I was just thinking about how I use syntax highlighting, and it’s really only to break up the words.
This is what my syntax highlighting looks like in vim. (peachpuff colour scheme.)
It’s not particularly useful. All I use it for is breaking up the line so it’s not so hard to read. There’s clear separations between variables and method names. Purple doesn’t mean anything special – it’s used in a few spaces. It’s used for the “function” keyword, and brackets. They’ve nothing in common. They’re not helping me be a better programming.
$user always orangered and
$document always green and suddenly I’ve got an intelligent flag that I’ve spelt something wrong.