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ThinkComposer is now OPEN-SOURCE!

Since February-2015 ThinkComposer is an open-source product, licensed under the GNU General Public License 3.0.

This roughly means that you can freely download, share, modify or extend it, as long you provide also a free copy of the original source code plus your own modifications and extensions. 13 more words


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It’s time to look at one of those films that you may have heard of. It’s certainly possible since it was in theaters for a while, but at the same time, I wouldn’t be surprised if you just missed it. 1,064 more words

Live Action Movies

Crossy Highway


Move the player across the highway. Cross roads, rivers, Train and more!
Control your character with taps and swipes to advance through the level while avoiding hazards. 281 more words


Build Your Own App Empire

Have you ever imagined to have your own game studio or a portfolio of mobile apps and games on App Store of Google Play Store . 318 more words


How to: Set up Netbeans to develop Android

I really, really don’t like using Eclipse.

I was following this https://source.android.com/source/using-eclipse.html and decided I would need to adjust the steps for Netbeans, because I really, really don’t like using Eclipse. 214 more words


Delegates, the How and the What

Delegates were introduced to me not to long ago in my C# class. Admittedly they were a bit of a struggle to wrap my head around their concept, but after spending an entire afternoon iterating through examples and studying them I am now much more confident in tackling them and using them practically. 226 more words


Faith & Hope

It’s February 18th 2015 and I realise I haven’t posted for a while.

Well, Christmas 2014, my black cat, Howard passed away at 18 years old. 446 more words

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