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cyberycon,

As Harry Hill might say, "I like Visual Studio. And I like Eclipse. But which one is better? Only one way to find out…" For a lot of people a lot of the time, the question is irrelevant. If you are doing ...

George Clingerman,

This week has been an interesting one. Lots of ups and downs in the XNA Community and lots of things that we’re not sure yet if it’s an up or down. One of the biggest changes that happened was that the ...

George Clingerman,

This has been kind of a crappy week for me. Kids are all puking like crazy so I’m up most nights taking care of them. Fun times being a day! (I have 4 kids in case you didn’t know!). And while my kids ...

xamlnotes,

Ah, its all over the news. Some years back Microsoft was getting slammed for being heavy handed and they really learned a lesson. Last week it was and still is google. And this week its Apple. Turns out ...

Webgui,

HTML5 introduces markup-level functionality for rich graphics, animation and web multimedia. It also supports a richer web application functionality and extends the client capabilities with local storage. ...

Brian Schroer,

I haven't posted a recap lately, because the Virtual Brown Bag recordings weren't being uploaded for a while. That was fixed two weeks ago, so I had a lot of meetings to catch up on. Here's an all-you-can-eat ...

TATWORTH,

At http://studiostyl.es/schemes there is wide selection of colour schemes for Visual Studio. I hestitate to use the word comprehensive, as from what I have been told by an expert on colour schemes for ...

George Clingerman,

MIX 11 happened this past week and I’m still trying to find and catch up on all the announcements changes that came from that. It looks like we can now use XNA on the web via Silverlight (and am I reading ...

MarkPearl,

So, in the coming days I am going to go through some more NASM examples. Today I am going to blog about some more basics of NASM. All of these items can be found in more detail at http://www.nasm.us/doc/nasm... ...

George Clingerman,

What a crazy week! Big game releases from the XNA Community, podcasts, reviews, interviews, new educational content being posted and all sorts of upcoming titles that I’m excited about. If there was ever ...