After having completed an introductory Python course via Coursera, which I found quite easy to learn, and it’s made my job a lot easier, in some ways. I recently found there was another course being taught, which shows you how to create basic games using Python – I’m looking forward to getting stuck into this.

If you’d like details about this, head on over to the Coursera website – This particular course is ran by professors of the RICE University.

Hello, World! ;)

Can’t wait to see what happens, I’ll post some shiz here when I’m done with it!

So, Eurogamer expo is fast approaching!

Just a week and a half left before I have to get up at stupid o’clock to get the megabus down to London. It’s certainly worth it though, as I’ll get to meet up with Matt and Tom again! Not to mention the one night stay in a 5* hotel/apartment block!

We’re booked in to go for two days this year, as we found last year one day really isn’t enough! – We’ve decided to spend one day going around trying to obtain as much freebies as possible, spending the second day queuing for games that we’d like to play.

It’s also going to be the last Eurogamer Expo held at the Earls Court Exhibition Center, as sadly, it’s going to be demolished :( – Sad face indeed. Who knows where the next one is going to be…

In other news, I don’t know.. things are going well, generally.. Nothing much more to report really!