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NewsWhat I Learned Building My First 4 Windows 8 Apps PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:33 
NewsThe value of typing code PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:33 
NewsThe future of JavaScript: a CoffeeScript-like workflow PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:32 
GeneralRe: The future of JavaScript: a CoffeeScript-like workflow PinmemberJudah Himango18-Dec-12 11:52 
NewsNuclearWinter - libraries to develop games and applications using XNA. PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:32 
NewsThe Flat Design Aesthetic: A Discussion PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:43 
NewsA Python Compiler for Big Data PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:42 
NewsDoing gravity right PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:42 
Now you may be thinking: "baah, I know how to do gravity.." but there's a big flaw in the commonly used Euler's method to handle the gravity (or other forces). Even all the Quake games have this problem. Then what is it? If you have more frames per second in Quake, your player will run faster and jump higher. There are some places in Quake where you can't jump high enough if you don't have enough frames per second. Sounds odd, right?
You should do all the accelerating forces like this, not just gravity.
GeneralRe: Doing gravity right PinmemberKevin Drzycimski19-Dec-12 5:06 
NewsGoogle’s Exchange ActiveSync Debacle PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:41 
NewsPerl: The First Twenty-Five Years PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:41 
NewsThe Building Blocks of a F# Markdown Parser PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:21 
NewsThe C# Memory Model in Theory and Practice PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:21 
NewsDumping a C++ object’s memory layout with Clang PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:20 
News“I don’t understand” PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:20 
NewsCode Writer for Windows 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:19 
GeneralRe: Code Writer for Windows 8 PinmemberMember 977276820-Jan-13 22:01 
NewsUsing Windows 8′s “hidden” backup to clone and recover your whole PC PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:23 
NewsWhy Xbox failed in Japan PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:22 
NewsWebmote - a mobile web interface for controlling devices PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:22 
NewsYour Very First Microprocessor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:21 
NewsHTML5 specification finalized as work continues on the next chapter in web standards PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:21 
GeneralRe: HTML5 specification finalized as work continues on the next chapter in web standards PinmemberJudah Himango17-Dec-12 11:26 
NewsSmartphone-friendly Satis toilets PinsubeditorWalt Fair, Jr.17-Dec-12 9:21 
NewsWindows 8 apps hackable and crackable, just like iOS and Android PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 10:16 

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