Student GitHub Directory

Gui Mendel, Brazil - Brasilia, https://github.com/guiMendel
Thanks for this amazing oportunity!

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Velcronator Stan Valacos from Sydney Australia. Although in sunny Osaka Japan at the moment.

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Hi all, my name is Andy.
I’m currently living in Tokyo, Japan.
Here’s my GitHub account: https://github.com/strugglebunny

It’s a bit of a dump right now, but feel free to look around.

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Hey everyone! I’m Eman. I live in Brooklyn New York, and I’m a :video_game:Game Developer :video_game: disguised as a QA analyst for Vimeo. :mage:t5:

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Welcome to all the new people who have posted to the community for the firs time. Warning, I’ll be reviewing your public GitHub pages in a video soon :slight_smile:

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I better get lots of green dots added then. And some more projects.

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Cameron Dodd, Berkeley California

Just picked up the udemy courses from Humble, looking to pick up some extra tools for the toolbox. Excited to find a community of likeminded folks :slight_smile:

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Kevin J, California, https://github.com/ktjamison

Looking forward to improving together!

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Jenny, Kansas - I mainly use a Macintosh for my programming and can certainly help anyone with Mac specific issues.

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Erik Nichols https://github.com/nichols421

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Lloyd Risper Scotrun, Pa https://github.com/lrisper

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Now everyone will be able to see my disgusting DX11 code

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Catching up on the new videos. As per the personal challenge in the video. Profile has been tidied up and I’m making use of organisations for the studio now.

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How did you find creating organisations? And connecting to them again?

Seemed fairly simple actually to create. Haven’t had any issues connecting to the repos again. GitHub automatically added permission for my personal account on creation.

Do we need a studio to use organizations?

I miss living in Tokyo. Was there from 2008 - 2012. Saw a lot of weird stuff!

No anyone can make organisations. Mine isn’t a studio legally just some branding and a website. Just a way separate my code. Anything game related under the studio name and general code projects either under my name or create a separate organisation for that as well. I’m thinking of them simply as folders.

Let me know how that works out. I was wanting a way to put all my Unity projects into one, all my Unreal into another etc.