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Michael Caldwell204 Points
Should I be more comfortable with the coding aspect in "How to Make a Video Game" than I am?
I just finished scripting to move the frog and move the camera. I got everything to work, and I don't even think I've missed a question on the small quizzes they give you up until this point. After that, my first "workshop" option popped up to rotate the cube. And I was... completely at a loss. I had no idea where to even begin....
Am I missing something? Should I go back and watch the coding sections over and over until I get it? Or is this meant to be so introductory that I just push through? I see that in the learning track that C# basics is taught, but it's pretty far down the list. Should I check it out first, or trust that this track is a natural flow?
Just trying to soothe my nerves, as I felt I was following really well until that workshop that seemed way too advanced for where I feel I am in the learning process.