Sorry for the lack of updates folks. Sadly, my lengthy job search on top of my regular work hours has been eating a lot more time than I could have imagined. As a result, I haven't been able to get much work done on my new project. However, I have been doing a lot of planning to make my next project far more portable and maintainable.
In particular, I have taken a keen interest in finding a coding style, and using it throughout my new project. For those who took the time to look through the code for my Cubism Demo, let me apologize right now. That code is packed with unfinished experiments and ideas that broke down as the project grew. It may work, but it should not be considered an example of good coding style!
That having been said, I have been taking what I learned from that little excursion, and have been building on it. Below I have listed a few extremely handy resources I have found that offer plenty of insights into good coding style. I highly recommend them for anyone wanting to improve their coding practices. ;)
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I've attached some examples of my latest coding style that implements everything I have learned up to this point. If you would be so kind, I would be most appreciative if you would look over them and leave comments. Thanks.