Originally Posted by Old Pedant
The funniest part (and SADDEST part!) of all this is that he expects to create a game an *EXPERT* couldn't produce in 3 days (maybe not in 3 weeks) when he has no idea what he is doing.
That game does say "proof of concept" which means that the author is attempting to use new code that only some browsers currently support to see what will be possible once all browsers do support it. You have to know all the commands really well to be able to do something like that so *EXPERT* is probably an appropriate description for the person's level of knowledge with all the code being used.
It is fairly typical for novices to want to be able to reproduce what an expert can do with many years of experience without knowing anything about the topic. That's because if they knew an hour or two worth of information on the topic they'd realise that those sort of projects will require a huge investment in learning time.
It's something like someone knowing how to spell 'brick' deciding to build their own skyscraper without any knowledge of architecture or construction. Of course with programming there are a lot more factors involved than with the building industry so it is only somewhat similar.
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