Dave Voyles for Gaming, HTML5, Startups, & Xbox

I love Gaming, HTML5, Startups, & Xbox, so I figured "why not spread the good word?"

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  • Blog Post: My 4th weekly newsletter

    If you find some links that you think would be useful, feel free to share! You can always subscribe (or unsubscribe) by clicking on the MailChimp widget on the right-hand side of this page.  Classic Gaming: Games that pushed the hardware limits – ...read more
  • Blog Post: Weekly HTML5, Game Dev, Tech newsletter

    HTML5 Free Udacity course: WebGL and Three.js Microsoft will join Khronos and will participate in the webGL working group The power of WebGL - Assasin's Creed Pirates, using BabylonJS Gaming / Game Dev Night Trap Revamped Kickstarter How to get your game covered by YouTubers...
  • Blog Post: My third weekly newsletter is out

    HTML5 Free Udacity course: WebGL and Three.js Microsoft will join Khronos and will participate in the webGL working group The power of WebGL – Assasin’s Creed Pirates, using BabylonJS   Gaming / Game Dev Night Trap Revamped Kickstarter ...read more
  • Blog Post: Apache Cordova integrated in Visual Studio for Multi-Device Hybrid App development

    This is a cross post from my personal blog, which you can find here: davevoyles.azurewebsites.net . I've been pushing HTML5 cross platform applications for some time now. I frequently give talks on how to use tools like Telerik's App Builder, Adobe's PhoneGap Cloud, and my personal favorite, Intel...
  • Blog Post: My second weekly newsletter is out

    Gaming: The Game Boy Legacy: A 25th anniversary celebration – USGamer Cost Breakdown and Sales Numbers for Shovel Knight – Gamasutra What does it really cost to open an indie studio? All your money, most of your life – Polygon Fee To ...read more
  • Blog Post: Intro to WebGL and BabylonJS framework

    Intro to WebGL and BabylonJS from Dave Voyles This is a cross-post from my personal site, www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net . Go there to find more!
  • Blog Post: Join my newsletter for gaming, HTML5, and tech

    This is a cross-post from my personal blog, found at www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net . Go there to find more! it was only a matter of time before I created my own weekly newsletter. Rather than constantly spam folks on twitter with my links, I'd much prefer to just bunch them up into a weekly letter...
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