Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Classic Games Development with Drools

I realised I didn't upload my slides from Decision Camp 2013, where I talked about using Games to learn Rule Based Programming. Sorry about that, here they are better late than never:
Learning Rule Based Programming Using Games

The talk provides a gentle introduction into rule engines and then covers a number of different games, all of which are available to run from the drools examples project.
  • Number Guess
  • Adventure Game
  • Space Invaders
  • Pong
  • Wumpus World
While there is no video for the presentation I gave, I have made videos for some of these games in the past. Although beware some of them may be a little out of date now, compared to the version that is in our current examples project.


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