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Windows CE to Raspbian - Pt. 3: Daemon Scripts for Mono Services

This is part three of a series of posts: click here for the previous post.

The purpose of this particular post is to explain how to script your mono-service2 as a daemon and register that daemon to run at start-up and be killed at shutdown. 1,196 more words

Windows 8

GSoC '15 - Weeks #2,3,4

Looking at the title of this post, which spans three weeks, you’d be forgiven to have expected something huge coming your way. Unfortunately, that is not the case. 208 more words


Porting the app to the MEAN stack

So far the reference application has been built on the Java EE stack for Java EE runtime environments. However, the same application can be build in other programming languages as well. 281 more words

Application Development

Windows CE to Raspbian - Pt. 2: Preparation

This is part two of a series of posts: click here for the first post.

The purpose of this particular post is to give a more in-depth look at the particulars when porting .NET code to a non-Windows operating system: in this case… 1,685 more words


Progressive Porting

The new patented progressive porting on the barrels will drastically reduce recoil on the PAK1 as well as the PAR1. Felt recoil and muzzle rise will be greatly reduced with minimal loss of velocity. 17 more words


More Headwork

Spent this afternoon working on the heads.  I picked up a long carbide burr during the week so I would be able to re-profile the valve guide bosses.  136 more words

1959 Fin Monster

Developing games for multiple devices on iOS: Part 1 - how screen differences effect gameplay

One of the challenges of writing games for multiple devices is that there are typically several form factors you need to support. In the Android world, you literally have hundred of devices to consider, though you can target popular ones and probably make most people happy. 1,010 more words

Game Development