I’ve repeatedly been getting the question “which IDE should I use for Android?” recently so I’m writing up a brief summary. Here’s my current thoughts on the state of Android IDEs (circa December 2013): Continue Reading
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In this mobile world, games aren’t just for the hardcore MMOG fan anymore, they’re for everyone; in fact, three out of four people with an Android phone or tablet play games. If you’re a game developer, Google has a host of tools available for you to help take your game to the next level, including Google Play game services, which let’s you leverage Google’s strength in mobile and cloud services so you can focus on building compelling game experiences for your users. Today, we’re adding more tools to your gaming toolbox, like the open sourcing of a 2D physics library, as well as new features to the Google Play game services offering, like a plug-in for Unity.
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Further to my on-going threads re virtualization – make sure that you have checked out the latest update on Virtualization and its benefits that has just been released in the new Microsoft Virtualization site. The link is http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization.
There is great data now available re the benefits that are being achieved by our customers using Hyper V and associated tools like SCVMM.