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August, 2013

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    Unite2013 - Day 3

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    The third and final day of the Unity3D conference, and after the party last night, everything seems a little more subdued than previous days .. Of course, being a good nerd I don't party, and instead I was back in the hotel room trying out some...
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    TIL....

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    Today I learnt about these interesting tools: 1. Metro Studio 2 - a collection of icons and tools for creating and manipulating icons for your favorite Met.. um.. Windows App Store! development project. 2. Monkey - a cross-platform development tool...
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    Unite2013 - Day 2

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    Today is the second day proper of the Unity3D conference - here's the official Unity blog post on what happened at the keynote which happened yesterday . Fun stuff. So far I've been to a secret talk about secret stuff, and a talk on developing apps...
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    Unite2013 - Day 1

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    I have such a nerd-crush on Unity3D at the moment, but of course that could be because I've just attended the keynote of the Unite2013 conference and I'm all fired up with positive nerd energy. However, the announcement of Unity3D 4.3's features should...
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    Unite2013

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    I'm currently in the Canadian city of Vancouver for Unity2013 - the developer conference for users of Unity3D. Today was a pre-conference training day, which I spent with a lot of other developers frantically building an entire first...
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    Porting a photograph sharing app from iOS to Windows 8

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    You can never have too many photograph sharing apps (so it appears), and so I wrote my own for the iPhone. I wanted an app with the following features: Be extremely easy to use, Allow the user to take a picture, Optionally apply a preset filter...
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    Flowchart of App Writing

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    So, you want to write apps for Windows 8, but you don't know where to begin? Not a problem. Here's my opinion on the best ways to get started, so cut out this handy chart and pin it to your wall!
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