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There's a new duck in town!

…and it rocks.

The past few months have been tough. We were facing some serious ANTLR grammar bugs, and our identifier resolver had even more serious bugs, which meant false positives in code inspections, a rename refactoring that wouldn’t always rename all references, and a  356 more words


Preparing for Disaster

Welcome back,

So, with Unity 5 installed I’ve started watching the Hack and Slash video tutorial that’s being redone for Unity 5, and the first couple of videos are setting up the project. 260 more words

Hobby Game Developers: to use version control or not?

Version control, sometimes called source control, is the process of using a program to manage multiple versions of a software project, typically saving things in a remote database or similar structure. 708 more words

Game Development

Git and Bitbucket

 is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

Git is… 76 more words


Beginner to Source Control? Lets Simplify it.

.Source control is a great way to secure and manage you code even if you are working in the project alone. One of the greatest advantages is that you can revert your changes anytime you want. 240 more words

Source Control

Git Branching Strategy

I find git-flow very complicated.  I used to do a variation on this workflow where branches represented environments:


SQL Server Database – Localized Source Control

Every developer is familiar with the vital necessity of having quality Source Control tools in a development environment.  However, just as many developers through their careers have probably been very surprised to learn how many small and medium sized companies ignore this component in their development environments leaving it up to the individual technicians to implement their own methodologies to save their project work.  704 more words