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About TheCodingUniverse

TheCodingUniverse was launched in October of 2011 by Oskar Veerhoek. It consists of two parts: the YouTube channel and the website. Both host free tutorials on OpenGL and LWJGL for intermediate Java developers.

About the author

My name is Oskar Veerhoek and I am a fifteen-year-old high school student. I have been raised internationally, being born on the west coast of the United States and having gone to primary school in the United Kingdom. Because of this, I speak English, Dutch, and German. Currently, I am at a Dutch grammar school, a high school that stresses the importance of classical languages. The main reason I started TheCodingUniverse was so annoyed that I could not find valuable resources on LWJGL that I decided to create my own.

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  2. Nils

    I just read that you speak German. LWJGL Tutorials in German would be a dream , because I always have to stop the viseos to relisten and use translators when some specials words or technical terms appear. But I guess that will never happen 😀

    Anyway your tutorials are great, I would just like some more videos of modern OpenGl where you don’t have matrices, glEnableClientState() or glNormal/VertexPointer().
    Keep it up !

    “Mit freundlichen Grüßen,”

    Nils König

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    1. Oskar Veerhoek Post author

      Hello Nils,

      First off, sorry for the late reply.

      Would you like a glossary with the most important terms I use in the videos, translated to German?

      Thank you for the suggestion!

      Kind regards,
      Oskar Veerhoek

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  3. Faz

    I’m so happy to see your tutorial and you have good way to explain the codes, but I was looking for something specific. I couldn’t figure it out. Can you help me about that?

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      1. Bram

        I’m only fourteen, (and I’m Dutch), so I guess my time will come 😀
        But really, keep up the good work!
        (I always skip the Dutch tutorials because I don’t think it is appropriate to listen to programming tutorials in Dutch, but I heard a Dutch accent first time I listened :D)

        ~Bram

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  4. abc

    could you please to let everybody know for whom these tutorials are, i am java beginner or intermediate level or what should they know before start learning from your tutorials. Thanks

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  5. John

    G’day,

    If you haven’t guessed (by the greeting), I’m in Australia – I’ve been developing plugins for a minecraft server software called ‘bukkit’ for a while now, all the plugins are written in Java. Was loving java, and wanted to learn a bit more about the subject of Game Development using LWJGL – Found these videos very useful for getting started! I just want to say thanks very much! I’m about to move onto C++ – I’ve coded in about 15 languages over the years and only very, very briefly touched C++ (not much beyond the stage of “Hello World…”), and I am using your vids! I would also like to thankyou of taking the foresight of translating all your vids into text – I only get 6GB of inet a month, and I don’t want to use it up too quickly.

    So, once again, thanks again, and I’ll let you know how I get on.

    -John

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