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  • Raspberry Pi-Compatible Development Board Released
    By on July 30, 2014 | Comments Off  Comments

    kodiaktau writes: Hardkernel has released a new Raspberry Pi-compatible development board based on the Samsung Exynos SoC. The board is smaller than a typical Pi, keeping basic HDMI, USB and CSI interfaces. It also has a 26-pin expansion board with more GPIO available, though it lacks an Ethernet jack. Initial prices as estimated around $30. The article makes the interesting point that this and other devices are marketed as “Raspberry Pi-compatible.” (more…)

  • MySQL 5.1 Plugin Development
    By on November 2, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    coder4hire writes “If you were to ask some database developers to cite their favorite strategies for expanding the functionality of the relational database management systems with which they work, you would probably hear a variety of answers. One individual might recommend the use of an alternate database engine optimized for the given application. Another might explain the many advantages of using stored procedures to replace SQL queries embedded (more…)

  • Development on Fallout MMO resuming?
    By on April 25, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    A report stating that Bethesda, the developers behind Fallout 3, have dropped their appeal for an injuction against Interplay may result in work on a possible Fallout MMO (Project V13) continuing.


  • Game Development In a Post-Agile World
    By on February 9, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    An anonymous reader writes “Many games developers have been pursuing agile development, and we are now beginning to witness the debris and chaos it has caused. While there have been some successes, there have also been many casualties. As the industry at large is moving away from the phantasmagoria of Agile, Gwaredd Mountain, Technical Director at Climax Studios, looks at Post-Agile and what this might mean for the games industry.”


  • Palm Frees Up webOS Development
    By on October 6, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    Per Wigren writes in with news that Palm has just announced a number of changes to its webOS development platform that should really be welcomed by developers — especially after the chilly reception that Palm seemed to be giving to open source in recent days. OSnews notes that “This moves the webOS much closer to Android territory.” Quoting TechCrunch: “The first is that they’re allowing developers to fully distribute their apps via the web. (more…)