Pearl Abyss To Acquire ‘EVE Online’ Developer CCP Games

Pearl Abyss, the Korean developer behind the successful massively multiplayer online role-playing game “Black Desert Online,” plans to acquire “EVE Online” creator CCP Games, it announced on Thursday. CCP Games will continue to operate independently as a developer with studios in Reykjavik, London, and Shanghai, Pearl Abyss said, but it will also bring its development […]

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The Real-Estate Developer Who Took On the Tech Giants

After spending millions of his own money, Alastair MacTaggart claimed victory when California passed a landmark data-privacy bill that gives consumers more control over how their information is collected and shared online.
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Kanye: I’ll be ‘biggest real estate developer’ ever

Kanye West has announced plans to “build cities” and claims he will become “one of the biggest real estate developers of all time”.
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Limbo, Inside Developer Shows Concept Art From Next Game

Playdead has shown off the first piece of concept art from its untitled next game.

The Limbo and Inside developer took to Twitter to show off some familiarly bleak, muted imagery:

There’s a good reason to be excited for this – Limbo is considered part of the birth of the modern indie movement, while last year’s Inside garnered a 10/10 review and was IGN’s runner-up for game of the year.

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Windows Developer Power Tools

Windows Developer Power Tools


Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code.A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services.To help you choose the right tools for solving both common and uncommon problems you face each day, this book follows a unique task-oriented organization, laying out topics in the same order that you and your team are likely to encounter them as you work on a project. Each tool entry features a solid introduction — a mini user’s guide — so you can get up to speed quickly and understand how to best use the tool in your environment. Inside, you’ll find:A guide to more than 170 tools covering 24 unique aspects of Windows and .NET software development, with many descriptions contributed by the tools’ authorsDescriptions of freely available ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls, object relational mapping systems, testing frameworks, and build and continuous integration toolsArticles on tools to help developers troubleshoot misbehaving applicationsGuides for utilities to boost productivity in the development environment as well as speeding up tasks in Windows itself”Quick pick” lists at the start of each chapter to help you find and choose the right tool for your task”At a Glance” and “In a Nutshell” summaries to help readers more quickly narrow their optionsReferences to an online book site to keep you up-to-date with new releases and featuresForewords by Mike Gunderloy (Larkware) and Scott Hanselman (www.hanselman.com/tools), operators of the two most popular tools sites for Microsoft developers.Also, plenty of links in each article point you to additional detail online if you wish to delve more deeply into features and functionality. This one-stop resource covers a wide range of open source and freeware tools to help you answer questions around planning, developing, testing, and rolling out great software. Best of all, they’re free.
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Windows Developer Power Tools

Windows Developer Power Tools


Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code.A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services.To help you choose the right tools for solving both common and uncommon problems you face each day, this book follows a unique task-oriented organization, laying out topics in the same order that you and your team are likely to encounter them as you work on a project. Each tool entry features a solid introduction — a mini user’s guide — so you can get up to speed quickly and understand how to best use the tool in your environment. Inside, you’ll find:A guide to more than 170 tools covering 24 unique aspects of Windows and .NET software development, with many descriptions contributed by the tools’ authorsDescriptions of freely available ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls, object relational mapping systems, testing frameworks, and build and continuous integration toolsArticles on tools to help developers troubleshoot misbehaving applicationsGuides for utilities to boost productivity in the development environment as well as speeding up tasks in Windows itself”Quick pick” lists at the start of each chapter to help you find and choose the right tool for your task”At a Glance” and “In a Nutshell” summaries to help readers more quickly narrow their optionsReferences to an online book site to keep you up-to-date with new releases and featuresForewords by Mike Gunderloy (Larkware) and Scott Hanselman (www.hanselman.com/tools), operators of the two most popular tools sites for Microsoft developers.Also, plenty of links in each article point you to additional detail online if you wish to delve more deeply into features and functionality. This one-stop resource covers a wide range of open source and freeware tools to help you answer questions around planning, developing, testing, and rolling out great software. Best of all, they’re free.
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Just Cause 3 Developer Diary – Episode 2: Destruction

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Our full playthrough of Until Dawn sent us in a spiral of violence against the animal kingdom.
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Windows Developer Power Tools

Windows Developer Power Tools


Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code. A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services. To help you choose the right tools for solving both common and uncommon problems you face each day, this book follows a unique task-oriented organization, laying out topics in the same order that you and your team are likely to encounter them as you work on a project. Each tool entry features a solid introduction — a mini user’s guide — so you can get up to speed quickly and understand how to best use the tool in your environment. Inside, you’ll find: A guide to more than 170 tools covering 24 unique aspects of Windows and .NET software development, with many descriptions contributed by the tools’ authors Descriptions of freely available ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls, object relational mapping systems, testing frameworks, and build and continuous integration tools Articles on tools to help developers troubleshoot misbehaving applications Guides for utilities to boost productivity in the development environment as well as speeding up tasks in Windows itself “Quick pick” lists at the start of each chapter to help you find and choose the right tool for your task “At a Glance” and “In a Nutshell” summaries to help readers more quickly narrow their options References to an online book site to keep you up-to-date with new releases and features Forewords by Mike Gunderloy (Larkware) and Scott Hanselman (www.hanselman.com/tools), operators of the two most popular tools sites for Microsoft developers. Also, plenty of links in each article point you to additional detail online if you wish to delve more deeply into features and functionality. This one-stop resource covers a wide range of open source and freeware tools to help you answer questions around planning, developing, testing, and rolling out great software. Best of all, they’re free.
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Windows Developer Power Tools, 1st Edition

Windows Developer Power Tools, 1st Edition


Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code.A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services.To help you choose the right tools for solving both common and uncommon problems you face each day, this book follows a unique task-oriented organization, laying out topics in the same order that you and your team are likely to encounter them as you work on a project. Each tool entry features a solid introduction — a mini user’s guide — so you can get up to speed quickly and understand how to best use the tool in your environment. Inside, you’ll find:A guide to more than 170 tools covering 24 unique aspects of Windows and .NET software development, with many descriptions contributed by the tools’ authorsDescriptions of freely available ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls, object relational mapping systems, testing frameworks, and build and continuous integration toolsArticles on tools to help developers troubleshoot misbehaving applicationsGuides for utilities to boost productivity in the development environment as well as speeding up tasks in Windows itself”Quick pick” lists at the start of each chapter to help you find and choose the right tool for your task”At a Glance” and “In a Nutshell” summaries to help readers more quickly narrow their optionsReferences to an online book site to keep you up-to-date with new releases and featuresForewords by Mike Gunderloy (Larkware) and Scott Hanselman (www.hanselman.com/tools), operators of the two most popular tools sites for Microsoft developers.Also, plenty of links in each article point you to additional detail online if you wish to delve more deeply into features and functionality. This one-stop resource covers a wide range of open source and freeware tools to help you answer questions around planning, developing, testing, and rolling out great software. Best of all, they’re free.
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Windows Developer Power Tools: Turbocharge Windows Development with More Than 140 Free and Open Source Tools

Windows Developer Power Tools: Turbocharge Windows Development with More Than 140 Free and Open Source Tools


Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code. A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process. Windows Developer Power Tools offers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services. To help you choose the right tools for solving both common and uncommon problems you face each day, this book follows a unique task-oriented organization, laying out topics in the same order that you and your team are likely to encounter them as you work on a project. Each tool entry features a solid introduction — a mini user’s guide — so you can get up to speed quickly and understand how to best use the tool in your environment. Inside, you’ll find: A guide to more than 170 tools covering 24 unique aspects of Windows and .NET software development, with many descriptions contributed by the tools’ authors Descriptions of freely available ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls, object relational mapping systems, testing frameworks, and build and continuous integration tools Articles on tools to help developers troubleshoot misbehaving applications Guides for utilities to boost productivity in the development environment as well as speeding up tasks in Windows itself "Quickpick" lists at the start of each chapter to help you find and choose the right tool for your task "At a Glance" and "In a Nutshell" summaries to help readers more quickly narrow their options References to an online book site to keep you up-to-date with new releases and features Forewords by Mike Gunderloy (Larkware) and Scott Hanselman (http: //www.hanselman.com/tools), operators of the two most popular tools sites for Microsoft developers. Also, plenty of links in each article point you to additional detail online if you wish to delve more deeply into features and functionality. This one-stop resource covers a wide range of open source and freeware tools to help you answer questions around planning, developing, testing, and rolling out great software. Best of all, they’re free.
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Windows Developer Power Tools: Turbocharge Windows development with more than 170 free and open source tools

Windows Developer Power Tools: Turbocharge Windows development with more than 170 free and open source tools


Software developers need to work harder and harder to bring value to their development process in order to build high quality applications and remain competitive. Developers can accomplish this by improving their productivity, quickly solving problems, and writing better code.A wealth of open source and free software tools are available for developers who want to improve the way they create, build, deploy, and use software. Tools, components, and frameworks exist to help developers at every point in the development process.Windows Developer Power Toolsoffers an encyclopedic guide to more than 170 of these free tools to help developers build top-notch Windows software from desktop applications to web services.To help you choose the right tools for solving both common and uncommon problems you face each day, this book follows a unique task-oriented organization, laying out topics in the same order that you and your team are likely to encounter them as you work on a project. Each tool entry features a solid introduction — a mini user''s guide — so you can get up to speed quickly and understand how to best use the tool in your environment. Inside, you''ll find:A guide to more than 170 tools covering 24 unique aspects of Windows and .NET software development, with many descriptions contributed by the tools'' authorsDescriptions of freely available ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls, object relational mapping systems, testing frameworks, and build and continuous integration toolsArticles on tools to help developers troubleshoot misbehaving applicationsGuides for utilities to boost productivity in the development environment as well as speeding up tasks in Windows itselfQuick pick lists at the start of each chapter to help you find and choose the right tool for your taskAt a Glance and In a Nutshell summaries to help readers more quickly narrow their optionsReferences to an online book site to keep you up-to-date with new releases and featuresForewords by Mike Gunderloy (Larkware) and Scott Hanselman (http://www.hanselman.com/tools), operators of the two most popular tools sites for Microsoft developers.Also, plenty of links in each article point you to additional detail online if you wish to delve more deeply into features and functionality. This one-stop resource covers a wide range of open source and freeware tools to help you answer questions around planning, developing, testing, and rolling out great software. Best of all, they''re free.
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