Learning Resources

An archive of resources assembled by current Exun members and alumni to help newcomers navigate the various fields of technology

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Game Development

Making your first game can be difficult. Remember that your goal is to create a game, any game. Start small, focus on basic gameplay, and pick a project to finish. Here are some resources to help you along the journey.

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Crossword is a relatively unconventional department and definitely not what you’ll initially think of when you hear the word. Luckily enough, one doesn’t require too much in-depth knowledge of any technical fields for crossword, since it’s mainly intuitive thus making it interesting for anyone and everyone.

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Web Development

This is a resourceful document for aspiring web developers and those looking to sharpen their skills alike. Listed tutorials assume no prior knowledge except knowing how to use the internet.

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Design consists of designing everything from logos, posters, infographics, banners, print design, illustrations, UI/UX design for websites and apps, to animations and interactions

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Quick Tips

A Guide to 5 of the Best Plugins in Figma

Some easy-to-use handy plugins compiled by our design team to make otherwise long and difficult tasks at Figma a moments work.

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Some Useful Visual Studio Code Extensions

Here's a collection of 6 of the most helpful code-extensions to make your web development experience smoother and easier.

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Tips to help you solve Thermal Throttling

A short and comprehensive guide to help you solve thermal throttling in the simplest ways possible.

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3 Must-Watch Youtube Channels for Game Developers

A collection of channels to grow your technical knowledge in game development in the Unity game engine and the C# language.

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