Yes, this is a log-or-something text file, but more importantly – this is something that I had in mind when starting this project. It’s a legit football game generated by Football Manager, presented in a debug form. Pretty cool if you have been wanting it for the last 3 months, believe me.
In fact, it’s far from dead. From the last time (56 days ago) I have pushed 45 commits. Considering the summer season, long AFKs, and a crazy time for me (for private reasons), I call it an okay-ish result.
It’s far from dead because it’s been just now that I feel more-or-less comfortable with the shape of the code.
I present you my new project – (American) Football Manager, which will be a Ruby application allowing you to become a manager of american football team. As a die-hard Panthers fan, I want to explore this world and dust off my Ruby development skill. I also want to share the progress on the blog.
Starting from complete zero, what needed to be done?
Recently I’ve come across my Ruby code from 13 months ago. The code regarded my very first task in a project, while I was about to leave the project. Those 13 months were enough to spot right away that the code was, well, bad.