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#Cyclic Vacuum Cannon#
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The Cyclic Vacuum Cannon is a contraption that steals objects from elsewhere in time and space, then spits them out to propel itself forward and/or blast enemies. It's a concept from my sketchbook that I've been wanting to bring to life for a while, so I chose it as the inaugural project for my [Code Journal](#about-presstube-code-journal "About Presstube Code Journal").
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##Part 0: Brainstorming → [Watch Screencast]( "Watch Part 0: Brainstorming on Vimeo")##
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+[![Part 0 - Brainstorming](]( "Watch Part 0: Brainstorming")
In this Part I break a concept drawing of the cannon into its constituent parts, take a first crack at naming them, and think out loud about their responsibilities & relationships. Starting a project this way helps me get a better understanding of what I'm in for, and decide where to start building.
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In this Part I do some chores that are necessary before we can get to the fun stuff:
- Create an open source repo here at GitHub
- Briefly introduce my choice of tools
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##About Presstube Code Journal##
-[![Part 1 - Setup](]( "Watch Cyclic Vacuum Cannon Code Journal Part 1: Setup")
+[![Part 1 - Setup](]( "Watch Part 1: Setup")
I love watching people work. It's one of my favorite ways to learn. In case there's anyone out there who feels the same way I've decided to start a code journal where I step through the creation of projects from their pre-code planning phase, all the way through to their finished form.
I plan to release each journal entry as a short, 10-15 minute screencast, each of which will correspond to a git branch so you can follow along, and/or take off in your own direction.

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