I made a small post about detecting C++ memory leaks in Visual Studio in 2010. At the time that seemed to suffice,
Usually Find/Replace gets the job done for what I need, although sometimes using “Replace All” can break more stuff that it fixes.
I discovered code swarm a while ago and decided to test on my own repositories. This is a test on Basalt, and
I follow a couple of dev blogs, some are game developers, others make websites or software. In the last couple of months
Since I’m out of the countries where WP7 Marketplace is available it’s been a real pain to check out new games and
I just discovered this useful piece of code for all who don’t have (including me) any memory leaks tracking code or software.
I’m seeing a lot of forum threads with people asking how to save/load files on Windows Phone 7, well for XNA 4
One of the things that was probably forgotten but the dudes who made C++ standard were callbacks, there’s no out of the
Yesterday was an exciting one for all sorts of developers around the world. Visual Studio 2010 got available for both MSDN and
Microsoft FxCop, know what this is all about? Good for you, keep using it, It’s a valuable tool. For those who don’t
When I started using C#, mainly because of XNA one of the things I got used to write is foreach loops instead
I found something very handy today, search and replace on Mysql databases. You can do it on phpmyadmin or make a php