Category: Programming

MAME going open-source

Happy news for MAME developers. Gamasutra reports that MAME is going open source to be a “learning tool for developers.”
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Verigames: verify software by playing games

Play games to help defend — or at least debug — your nation. Formal Verification is the process of rigorously
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Zuckerberg on games and programming

In a recent online Q&A, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about playing games as a kid, and growing up to
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Tetris and Software Testing

Jack Witham recently observed: It’s hard to test software: even simple software! He writes: Tetris is one of the best-known
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Ben Heck’s Raspberry Pi Gaming Console

This looks like fun: Ben Heck Show: Portable Raspberry Pi Part 1 Via Revision 3 Via YouTube Turn this: Into
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Quasi-Objects of Lorenzo Oggiano

“La vita è un processo reale e autonomo indipendente da qualsiasi specifica manifestazione materiale.”* — Lorenzo Oggiano “Quasi-Objects” regards data
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Debugging Techniques

Some useful tips on debugging your code from roel at devmaster.net. This is in response to a question about collision
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Infiltration

“Javascript- and browser-based games offer a very low barrier of entry.” — Zach Johnson Indie-game developer Zach Johnson is the
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Caspian Learning Launches Simulation-Focused Web Deployment Tool

Caspian Learning is now offering development tools for web-based simulations, including first-person over-the-shoulder view in 3D worlds: Simulations and serious
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Snake Game Design Question

Stack Overflow is a useful resource for programmers — a repository of individual questions and collective responses, by and for
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