Even the most ardent adherent of skinny controllers will find themselves plagued by the ferocious number of filters demanded for any non-trivial search on their models. Given enough attributes, you’ll notice your controller starting to look a little hairy
What if the world was, in its entirety, a functional program? Through the discovery of mathematics and pure functions, we can derived the process in which lead to our world.
To many, Minecraft was a gateway drug to the world of technology. Redstone was a novel idea that let us experiment with some circuitry, make traps, and in general create more dynamic things. It’s great for the basics, and a lot of fun to work with, but the interesting thing about it is that you’re already starting to program by using it. Why not take it a step further? Computercraft gives you the power to jump into a full programming environment inside Minecraft using Lua.