When you interrupt a programmer and they respond with “WHAT?!?” or don’t even pay attention to you, they’re not being rude to you. Point 1: They probably haven’t even heard you. But most importantly; Point 2: That “WHAT?!?” any programmer who is focused on their task just responded with as though you are the last… Need to get the rest of “I’m not rude, I’m programming?” Click here!
Couple of days ago I came across a blog post about VentuRocket, an alternative way to find a job. This is a neat little startup that is hoping to change how people find jobs and how companies find good employees. It works very much like Google AdWords, you specify how much you are willing to… Continue reading the remainder of this article
“You can have it small, fast, understandable. Pick two.” – Justin Lloyd
Sorting arrays in .NET is trivially easy. The Array.Sort method is very simple to use and one of the fastest implementations for doing a straight forward sort that you can make use of. For most of your array sorting requirements, this is the function you should be using. Sorting Of An Array This program sorts… Hankering to read the rest of “C# Array.Sort Example?” Click this!
I just got done reading the Google Interview Questions over at Gizmodo and came to only one conclusion about them, and it is the same problem I have with most “clever” interview questions. Why bother? So you’re asking clever questions in an interview, what does this tell you about the candidate? Can they perform under… Continue reading the remainder of “Interview Questions. Too Clever To Be Useful?.”
Look, I need you to listen to this very carefully because your future career as a software developer or domain expert relies on you not doing this stuff. I know it is really difficult to come up with your own content at times, and really, why bother when anything you want to say or write… Yearning to get the rest of “The Finest Plagiarism?” Click on this link!
Thomas F. from CA e-mailed and asked about how to get in to the games industry. “I’m about to complete my degree at school and I really want to get in to the video games industry but I don’t see how with all the other people trying to get in too and getting noticed takes… Continue reading the rest of “Permission to be in the industry.”
Are games engines worth it for casual games? Should you purchase a game engine to create your latest casual game? Or will you just need to throw it all away once you realise the game engine doesn’t live up to expectations? Will you have to start all over from scratch in 6 months time? Most… Continue reading the rest of “Game Engines and Casual Games.”