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A DirectX Game: Quadrino

, 16 Oct 2008 CPOL
An interpretation of a popular falling block game implemented with DirectX that attempts to avoid any copyright infringement.

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1 - publicly available No 16-Oct-08 7:35 Available Sean Ewington

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Paul M Watt
Architect L3 Communications
United States United States
I have been developing software for almost two decades. The majority of my expertise as well as my strongest language is C++ with the networking software as my domain of focus. I have had the opportunity to develop:
* Desktop applications (Data Layer, Business Layer, Presentation Layer)
* Application virtualization
* Web clients
* Mobile device management software
* Network Device drivers
* Embedded system software for
- IP routers
- ATM switches
- Microwave frequency radio/modems
* Distributed processing w/ parallel algorithms.

Over the years I have learned to value maintainable design solutions first. This has allowed me to adapt my projects to meet the challenges that inevitably appear during development, including:
* My own misjudgments
* Incomplete requirements
* Feature creep
* Poor decisions for which I have no control

I am a Mentor and frequent contributor to CodeProject.com with tutorial articles that teach others about the inner workings of the Windows APIs.

I am the creator of an open source project on GitHub called Network Alchemy[^], which is a set of Network APIs that are focused on helping developers write robust network communication software.

I maintain my own repository and blog at CodeOfTheDamned.com/[^], because code maintenance does not have to be a living hell.

Then for fun I will tinker with my ray-tracer when ever I upgrade my hardware to see what it is capable of doing.
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