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8bit RPG holiday project

January 13th, 2017

Over the holidays I started a new game project to get back into a steady stream schedule. You can follow along live @ (check my schedule on the page), or follow the YT playlist as it updates

Service Fabric Game Development | Day 1

October 2nd, 2016


Day one of a new series around developing a backend game system in Azure Service Fabric. Follow along as we develop a Mafia like clone running inside Service Fabric.

Happy Halloween!

November 1st, 2011

OK, it’s not halloween anymore. Did anyone else give out candy? I had almost 100 kids come by, but still have a tone of candy left over.

Halloween gig/party this weekend

October 26th, 2011

So my band Deadman Tempo is playing a private Halloween party this weekend. Costumes are mandatory, and I don’t know what it will be like to play in a get up (which is why I’m keeping it simple). I was thinking the whole band should go as KISS, but then the thought of all that face paint quickly ex-sponged that thought.

Anyone else have any crazy Halloween plans brewing?

XAML is not going away in windows 8

September 13th, 2011

It’s official.  Silverlight, and XAML will be first class citizens in the new metro ui. All the doomsayers can move on to the next issue of the week.

Windows 8 desktop ‘Just Another App’

September 1st, 2011

Looks like Windows 8’s new Metro style will not be the only user interface option. There will still be the traditional desktop, but it will not start up by default. Instead, it will launch like any other application. With this, you wont be wasting system resources if you care to only stick in the metro interface (on a mobile, or tablet for example). This should hopefully put to bed all the worry worts out there about Windows 8 only running javascript+html5 apps. There is a real OS behind it all folks, your current xp/vista/windows 7 applications will continue to function.

If you would like to read the msdn blog post, you can catch it here: