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Free spins for everyone! Whooo! The game is in debug mode so the number of free spins you get at the beginning is set to maximum. Normally the free spins would accrue over time as you play the game.
I was asked by a contact of mine on LinkedIn today whether I could recommend a recruitment company that can source software developers. CyberCoders have got to be the most useless, spam filled recruiting company out there. A company or job seeker that uses them must be fools Hi Justin, is there any… Thirsting to read the rest of “6 ways to find software developers?” Click this link!
I am currently working on an iOS game, developed in Unity, for release around the end of January on the iOS app store. iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 is the initial release target, and then an enhanced version for iPad and then on to Android. I thought I would show off the early beta release… Continue reading the remainder of the post
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… Thirsting to get the rest of “I’m not rude, I’m programming?” Click this link!
I believe strongly in supporting the products I make and sell. Strong support is a revenue generating feature as far as I am concerned, either through support licenses or because people, and developers and managers especially, will perceive good support as a value add to any product they use. But I don’t offer support on… Continue reading the rest of this post
Just some super simple game prototypes I put together for helping people out on the Unity forums. Snowboarding Demo The Core Video Poker Word Search Zombies Zombie Zeppelin Defense
Looks like I have managed to snag a place at Angelhack 2012 in Los Angeles this coming December over at CrossCampus. If you are going to be there and need a back-end/front-end software engineer for your team, hit me up.
This morning I was fiddling around with the Atlassian BitBucket REST API so that I could display my list of Open Source projects on my website (you can find them in the sidebar) and it was driving me completely nuts. The unhelpful “Resource not found” (404) error message kept coming back even though it looked… Click to continue reading the rest of this post
I’ve got Kiln, Mercurial, TortoiseSVN, SlikSVN, Git and TortoiseHg all installed on my Windows 7 workstation and they all hate each other and won’t play nice at times. A couple of weeks ago I updated Mercurial, didn’t give it much thought but started noticing two glaring error messages in my console window: *** failed to… Continue reading the rest of “Fixing Kiln when you get DLL FAILED TO LOAD.”
Need a quick and dirty way to see what results WordPress XMLRPC calls are returning from the server? Try curl, the Swiss army knife of command-line network tools. The CURL Command For Windows: curl -d "<?xml version=\"1.0\"?> <methodCall> <methodName>wp.getUsersBlogs</methodName> <params> <param> <value>username</value> </param> <param> <value>password</value> </param> </params> </methodCall>" http://otakunozoku.com/xmlrpc.php For Linux: curl -d ‘<?xml version="1.0"?>… Click this link to continue reading the remainder of “Using curl to debug WordPress XMLRPC calls.”