The All-Important Element of Software — Context

What do Video Games Need?

  • Firstly, we have the pedantic “technically correct” answer, which is never helpful.
  • Secondly, we face the realistic constraints on deploying our solution to one of the ubiquitous but diverse computational machines or interfaces that we use.
  • Thirdly, we must face the fundamental lack of competitiveness resultant from just answering the first and second components. At this point, we must confront the need for something that can be called a “framework”, a set of vendored software components and some generally accepted means of running those components together with the “actual game” code.

What The Courses Wanted to Teach

Real Software is an Ecosystem, not a Species

  • firstly, expression in the phenotype, and
  • secondly, the interaction of the phenotype and the environment.

Isolation is a Feature, not an Assumption

What is the Individual Anymore?

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