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Coder Epiphany

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A Coder Epiphany is a term coined by Graham Lawrence Wilson to describe a sudden realization of a programming trick. It has happened several times throughout the history of Piga Software.

Notable "Epiphanies"[edit]

  • August-July 2005: The 2-Step epiphany of creating an object to draw the world rather than using a room's background controls.
  • January 2008: a Gambas Genie epiphany in which the basis for the Mouse Movement technical demo.
  • May 2009: the epiphany of using the panel function to create a scrollable map, first shown in Lamp Refugee.