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Cem Ugur Karacam

Unity Developer. Loves to play rpg games. Interested in sci-fi books.

Location Istanbul, Turkey Joined Joined on  Personal website https://cemuka.github.io github website twitter website
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Unity Developer at Gathering Tree

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Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 1

Thanks for the suggestion, looks promising. I'll dig in!

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 1

Good to hear positive feedback. Thanks for it :)

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 4

I'm glad you liked it, thanks!

My DEV birthday gift for you: DEV.to Analytics!

Cool work, thanks for this one pretty straightforward. It w...

8 Video Games to Make You a Better Web Developer

Hi Devon, great list! I'd like to add more that I like most...

Completed Hacktoberfest!

Thanks Jess, I'll be waiting :)

Completed Hacktoberfest!

Thanks!

Completed Hacktoberfest!

I would love to learn that too.

Completed Hacktoberfest!

Most of it is hidden, no worries :)

Completed Hacktoberfest!

Good to see more game devs here. Keep going!

Introduction to YAML

I use it since Jekyll themes use it as configuration data(f...

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 3

Thanks! That's a pretty good wrapper!

MVC in Unity with Scriptable Objects Part 1

Hi Rafael! I'm glad you loved it! My intention is to merge ...

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 2

Thank you πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 1

thanks!πŸ€—

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 1

Thanks manπŸ‘! I'll make it quick asap πŸ˜ŽπŸ€“

Making a REST service using Node and Express to use with Unity - Part 1

Unfortunately, socket.io wrappers for unity on assetstore a...

Welcome Thread - v38

Hi again! I've pushed publish button a second ago and compl...

Welcome Thread - v38

That was such a warm welcoming, thank you! I've started alr...

Welcome Thread - v38

Hi everyone! I'm kinda new here. I've challenged myself to ...

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