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Archive for March, 2012

Introduction: yWorks is an outstanding graph-layout solution to a number of problems, including incorporating UML diagrams in your Javadocs through Netbeans. However that is not the only excellent service provided by the wonderful folks at yWorks. They also produce another tool, the yEd Graph Editor, which allows you to make your own graphs through an […]

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Introduction: There are a number of social sites / services out there and each provides a different function. LinkedIn is supposed to provide a means of connecting employers to employees and provide insights to users about social connections. Facebook lets a family share pictures or other content with friends. Other social sites let you share […]

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Introduction: Sprint two has been a hell of a sprint. We spent some time trying to address some issues that we ran into during Sprint-one, mainly revolving around communication, which still seems to be a bit of an issue. Unfortunately, the team’s schedules do not mingle well, since we’re all still students, and have a […]

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Introduction: We have concluded Sprint One and gear up for Sprint Two. You can check out some of the product we have made at the Game’s own wordpress site, including the Game Design Document, Technical Design Document, and other content. Also we have the end of Sprint One playable version of the game below.

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Introduction: I was a member of a team for Global Game Jam 2012 (GGJ) in Charlotte NC. We put a game together named OuROBOros, which was the theme of GGJ-2012. The game is still in development as we are trying to finalize a couple of aspects.

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Introduction: Documents in Google docs are a frustrating steam pile, and a nightmare to use as a document solution. Naturally one might argue, well if you don’t like it, just don’t use it, which let me be the first to commend you on your brilliance, really I wish I would have thought of that, you’re […]

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