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  1. Programming Overload!

    It's been a while since my last blog and I'm not following what I laid out for myself at all. However, I've been feeling pretty good for the last two months and decided to take on three small-to-medium-sized projects:
    • Teamspeak 3 Query Plugin,
    • C++ 'Windows Made Easy!',
    • and Some Recent PHP Work that will come to light soon.


    For the Bad-Company 2 Fans
    We (TPG) recently fired back up our Bad-Company: 2 server due to popular demand (and because EA decided to get off their butts and fix some major issues, i.e., networking). However, in EA's haste to throw Bad-Company: 2 to the way-side, they forgot to fix the VOIP (Voice over IP). Some (unnamed) TPG junkies approached me and asked if I could write an addition ...
  2. My Professional Opinion of the Android Platform and current Implimentations

    Let me start off by saying that I am a linux guy. I have been waiting for linux to reach cell phones since the day I got my first cell phone.



    Android rather disappoints me:


    Applications are left running?:
    Why? What was going through the head of the OS developers? The android os needs to place a standard "X" button at the top right of the screen or FORCE all applications to have a "EXIT AND CLOSE" option in the apps menu. I can see the intended application of this serious lack of natural closing of applications.... It integrates nicely with the back button, thats about it... Your applications are left running on the chance you may want to navigate back through their states via the back button...
    ...

    Updated 12-30-10 at 06:36 PM by Bunni

    Categories
    Technology , Provocative Thought , Programming
  3. C# Flashcard Project

    Introduction
    I've been working on this desktop program for about 3 months now. It's virtually ready; it can do everything it needs to, I am just adding some extra fluff, like help stuff.
    The idea for the program came from studying Japanese in college, where I had originally written down all of my words on flashcards. This became cumbersome, as I had over 400 flashcards!
    I looked into alternatives such as websites that let you add flashcards, but not everywhere I went had Internet. So I looked into desktop applications for a flashcard program, and while there were some,
    I decided it would be fun to write my own!


    In The Beginning...
    ...We start with a screenshot! As much as I want to bore ...

    Updated 07-25-10 at 12:55 PM by Imisnew2

    Categories
    Life , Real Life , Provocative Thought , Programming
  4. All Benchmarks Lie

    Disclaimer: This is probably not 100% accurate, but it is some function of the truth.
    There is a lot of misinformation out there about products, especially high end PC products. Many of them are reported as anecdotes, some purport to be conclusive scientific experiments benchmarking performance. This blog entry deals with the latter. The Truth is that benchmarks are not entirely useful. The main problem is that these benchmarks are often relative measures of performance, and the PC platform is so varied it is hard to get an apples to apples comparison. There are two reasons for this hardware and software. Let us first deal with the latter.

    PC games do get better over time, but they have been overtaken by consoles with ...

    Updated 07-14-10 at 03:03 PM by hannibal

    Categories
    Video Games , Provocative Thought , Programming
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Images Going Live-pc-stack-png Going Live-console-stack-png 
  5. Woot, finished the code behind caching the cloud files inside downloads mod!

    QUITE sexy, if i dont say so myself. 300 lines... now the question is... Will it run without error? Let us find out
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