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SDL OpenExchange: a rant and a rave

I’ve been meaning to write a post about the SDL OpenExchange since I published a comparison on Studio 2014/memoQ 2014 a few months ago. I didn’t mention the OpenExchange in that post, mainly because I’ve got mixed feelings about it. 944 more words

SDL Trados Studio

The Beginning of a Physics Engine

Hello I am back again to post game development stuff. Although I have been away for awhile I have been working, lately I started to develop a physics engine in 3D in the language C++ and the API SDL2 and OpenGL which is used for graphics. 431 more words

Coding

When a Project is really finished?

“I made it! A wonderful Project finished on time and on budget! And I even did that by the book, closely following the dictates of… 742 more words

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Is the Cloud any safer than my old but trusty Server Farm?

This is probably the biggest question, nowadays: should I jump in the latest hype in technology or wait a little bit more? A very common question and probably a difficult one to answer. 1,070 more words

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SDL’s CMO on marketing, IT & customer experience: “everyone is looking at the data all of the time”

Being data-driven in all decisions is the biggest shift recently at SDL. Paige O’Neill, the company’s CMO, presented, in a recent interview, her perspective on the marketing technology landscape. 281 more words

An Antifascist Autumn

In the next two weekends there are four far-right demonstrations coming up, all of which need countering by antifascists.

On SAT 4 OCT the revivified corpse of the National Front will drag its aging bones to Newcastle, meeting at Grey’s Monument between 13:00 and 15:00, this comes on the back of their recent outings in Dover and Rotherham. 759 more words

Antifascism In The UK