Monthly Archives: January 2012

Stargate and Sliders


VS     I watch a lot of T.V. while I code, lately I’ve watched the first three seasons of Sliders on and I’ve come to a conclusion about my beloved Stargate series… it is basically a remake of Sliders. … Continue reading

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Favorite 404


So this is just for fun, but seeing as how I like to blog about errors, I thought I would give some love to the best “error” of all.. good ol’ server 404. I like 404, as it means I … Continue reading

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Making HTML5 Games


After Deciding that I would make an HTML5 Game I started doing what any good developer does, Hits the internet. Some of the first links that came up were for content ready game engines, and they look very slick, specifically http://www.scirra.com/. However I’m … Continue reading

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Workflow4 Presentation Recommendations


Hi all, I’ve noticed a dreadful lack of clarity (at least from how my mind functions) when it comes to presenting Windows Workflow 4 Activity wiring to Developers. Now granted while diving into the older posts and articles I have … Continue reading

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The 12 Types of Game Players


In this last weeks XNA UserGroup, we discussed aspects of game design, and how to target your audience with your game, here is a recap. Game Tutorials Love em’ or hate em’ game tutorials are a necessity, but everyone must … Continue reading

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IOC in XNA


Here is the Teaser (First Half of the Video):

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Scene Graphs for Gameing


Well normally I would be writing a post about how you can get stuff to work in XNA, however with WinRT coming out and me wanting to stay relevant both with my code and with this blog, I’ve begun refactoring … Continue reading

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Continuing Zombie Coverage


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XNA in or out of Windows 8?


UPDATE:   Feb 1, 2013 Microsoft Officially Drops support for XNA: This email was sent out to DirectX/XNA MVPs today: The XNA/DirectX expertise was created to recognize community leaders who focused on XNA Game Studio and/or DirectX development. Presently the … Continue reading

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New Years Resolution


My new years resolution for 2012 is to do one blog post per week. and to learn how to cook lighter foods. Technical posts .. what to possibly expect: Sharepoint, Windows Workflow, Federated Identities, XSLT, C++, TFS and Win8…   … Continue reading

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