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DevOps needs DevSec

Working with customers and partners, here is an overview of the need for DevSec and the five ‘best practice’ questions to ask when looking how to have a better ‘DevSec’ strategy

Making Git Work in the Enterprise

Perforce Helix meets enterprise needs without forcing you to embrace a host of unsupported extensions or burn precious development cycles on home-brewed tools to fill gaps.

Game On: Intel® x86 and Unity Contest Challenge Success on the Android Platform

Intel recently teamed up with Unity Technologies, maker of the Unity game development engine, to offer a fun contest that gave game developers an opportunity to build their games with native x86 support for Android using Unity 5.

Adaptive Volumetric Shadow Maps for Android Using OpenGL ES 3.1

As a follow-up to Adaptive Volumetric Shadow Maps for DirectX 11, we present a port of the same algorithm adapted for Android devices that support OpenGL ES 3.1 and the GL_INTEL_fragment_shader_ordering OpenGL extension.

An Often Overlooked Game Performance Metric—Frame Time

The frame rate, or frames per second (FPS), while being a viable and simple method of measurement, is not the be-all and end-all data to consider when assessing performance. Another important metric to consider regarding frames is frame time.

Using the Emscripten Compiler with the Intel® XDK

Intel(R) XDK is an HTML5 Cross-platform Development Tool and provides an easy and fast way to get your apps to market. Emscripten Compiler and Intel XDK now gives you another option to publish apps using C and C++ as part of the application.

How to Prevent browser from Save Password Prompt in Struts

Preventing browsers from saving Admin user passwords, intentionally or unintentionally while using STRUTS forms.

Creating A Window In Go Language

This article describes that how we can create a simple window in Go programming language using Win32 API functions

Exposing orchestration as a web service

How to expose multiple operations of an orchestration as multiple methods in a single web service(.asmx). Also explains how to use asynchronous approach in calling these web methods. We can add more methods to the orchestration and these new methods will be visible in the same web service when we

Getting Started With Microsoft Small Basic For Beginners

In this article you will learn about Microsoft Small Basic for beginners.

Async/Await in WPF to invoke WCF with Busy Indicator and Abort Feature

Implement WCF web service access from WPF with busy indicator and premature cancellation feature without using delegates, background worker, or separate event procedure

Centralizing WCF Client Configuration in a Class Libary

This article describes how to put your WCF client configuration in a class library's config file instead of client application's config file

Easy Immutable Objects in C#

Using an F# library for immutable objects reduces required code by an amazing amount. Additionally, it eradicates error prone maintenance.

CSS in the Modern World

Because so much has changed over the years, I thought it would be appropriate to do a developer based ‘snapshot’ of where CSS is now, and how to embrace the future.

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