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6 consejos para mejorar tu carrera profesional como programador

                     <p>Hace tiempo que quer&iacute;a hacer un v&iacute;deo dando <strong>mi opini&oacute;n</strong> <strong>acerca de las cosas que creo que un programador debe hacer para mejorar su carrera profesional</strong>. Ya hemos hablado de esto en Geeky Theory previamente, pero la verdad es que <strong>cada persona tiene diferentes puntos de vista acerca de este tema</strong>. A pesar de eso, <strong>hay puntos comunes en los que coincide casi todo el mundo</strong>.

Live air traffic on Oculus Rift

Arkwood is an airspotter, if there is such a word. He was once arrested for impersonating a pilot.

So you can imagine his excitement when I told him that I had created and air traffic control centre for my Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. Here’s how I did it…

First I added an OpenGL point light and a spotlight as per my post OpenGL multiple lights. The spotlight takes the form of a flashlight attached to my head.

OpenGL multiple lights

Crackers! That’s what I forgot.

‘Sorry?’ said Arkwood, shaving a carrot.

‘Crackers. I forgot to buy…’

I asked him what he was doing to the carrot.

‘Nothing,’ he replied, defensively. ‘It is a simple Turkish, with a razor.’

Anyway, take a look at this. Put on the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and feast your eyes on my OpenGL multiple lights. Learn OpenGL article Multiple lights has the breakdown.


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