8 months experience (which you might say more, given the OT that was put in) using Angular.js apparently is enough to make you a guru in development shops that are new to it, as that is now my role at a local gig in Portland. They've decided to transition me to full time from contracting, so I must be doing something right.
After some consideration, I decided to abandon Unity altogether and start picking up Three.js. I'm still very far away from something useful with it, and there's a ton of stuff I'd have to write just to catch up to Unity's capabilities, but the cool part is I've already embedded Three.js in my existing Angular game editor. The game and the editor can kind of be one in the same if I choose it, and I think that's what I'll do. I loved the talk by Bret Victor and I always wanted Unity to do some cool live-updating stuff. Unity just doesn't have good hooks for that kind of thing, but with this editor I'm free to build that up as I wish. I have a lot of work to do just to get back where I was, but this is an exciting time.
Hopefully I can start making some more posts. Some technical, some not. I'd love to get back to doing a weekly post.