I realize I’ve been lying to myself for a long time. I’ve been telling myself that “in the time that it would take me to get any good at writing code, I could get proportionately better at something else”.
Now I find myself in a place where I neither did code, nor learned that “other” thing I would supposedly be better at in the time I could’ve learned to code.
As hard as it is, I need to make steps towards code proficiency beyond simple scripts. Implementing my own audio and setting up relationships to drive my sound design is a perfect opportunity to stop giving myself excuses and get it done.
I want to purposefully avoid using tools like playmaker and node based programming aids. Even though I could make things faster, and it’s fine for prototyping, it is not good for production and my learning.
Thankfully, my team @frogshark is here to help 😀
time to get over it and do some code.