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Introducing a new game type – top-down

by Jürgen Brunner | March 2014 | Games Open Source

This article is by Jürgen Brunner, the author of the book Getting Started with Clickteam Fusion. Game development is not all about turning cool ideas into games. You will also face a big non game-related technical part and a preproduction phase behind every game. Deciding on a resolution and the right interface for your game will be part of this book. You will also learn some basic enemy behavior.

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Design, Install, and Configure

by Joel Lindberg Peter Björk Peter von Oven | March 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by Michael Larkin, author of VMware Horizon Workspace Essentials, we will cover the basic installation and configuration of Horizon Workspace 1.5. After making sure all the prerequisites are in place, we can now deploy the Horizon Workspace vApp.

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Processing the Case

by Fernando Carbone | March 2014 | Open Source

This article by Fernando Carbone, the author of the book Computer Forensics with FTK, will cover how to use the most important features for processing and filtering data during an investigation process.

The processing step is considered to be the most important step because the correct utilization of its functionality can be decisive in the relevant results of an investigation.

You will understand the importance of the correct use of the Time Zone feature and how this impacts the properties of the files, and learn how to use filters and searches. Finally, you will be able to generate a report of your findings.

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Maximizing everyday debugging

by Jeff Martin | March 2014 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

Given the frequency of debugging, any refinement to the tools used can pay immediate dividends. In this article by Jeff Martin, the author of the book Visual Studio 2013 Cookbook, he explains the popular Edit and Continue feature that now supports working with 64-bit code. Added to that is the new ability to see the return value of functions in your debugger. These two features combine to make debugging code easier, allowing you to solve problems faster.

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Getting Started with Bootstrap

by Christoffer Niska | March 2014 | Open Source Web Development

Twitter Bootstrap is an excellent CSS framework that provides many carefully crafted user interface elements, layouts, and jQuery plugins. Bootstrap is open source and is also one of the most popular projects of all time on GitHub. We will explore Bootstrap in this article by Christoffer Niska, author of Extending Bootstrap.

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