Sam Stokes on Research in your life and studies

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  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Development using DryadLINQ toolkit for information retrieval

    It’s that time of year, back to school, end of summer heat, and surf is surf.  And that means you are likely thinking about how to write a great Windows 8 program.  I know I am.  Any great software application has to be able to front end interesting information.  For instance let...
  • Blog Post: Game Design: Tools you need to get familiar with, a bunch of downloads and installs

    In the current environment of game design you can get away with flash and dash game design, that is rapidly put together your game post it and make your money then move on to another project.  Many technologies go this way from time to time and then they move back to design, design, build, maintain...
  • Blog Post: C++ Security Practices in Visual Studio 2012

    This is whining blog so you might want to come back later Sorry. Do you want some cheese with that Whine? HTML5/JavaScript security practices are one thing and most developers in HTML5 can safely ignore them.  They shouldn’t but come on, media stuff has to get done.  On the other hand where...
  • Blog Post: List of 5 modes of Web Use

    What are the top 5 ways people use search engines and the web for? Purposeful Use When users wish to accomplish a task quickly and efficiently. They may fire up a laptop or turn on their mobile phone in order to do so. Opportunistic Use Using the Web as a form of past time. Rather than going online to...
  • Blog Post: Preparing for Windows 8 App Review

    I recently went through the Windows 8 App Review for a game I am working on.  What I found out: WACK The application passed the WACK test, an automatic test that tests the inner workings of you project.  What I round is that the fails are not “linear” so look for things that cause other errors...
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