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iOS Game Development Tutorial: Using the Accelerometer with Sparrow 2.0

We recently answered the question, “How do I access accelerometer data?”.  If you have not read this article or you are not familiar with accessing accelerometer data then please pause here and take a minute to read the…

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TestFlight for Xamarin.Android

One of the keys to making good apps great is a solid beta distribution and testing process. The ability to track usage of your app and view crash analytics will result in an improved user experience when it…

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Migration of HelloWorld iOS game from Sparrow 1.4 to Sparrow 2.0 – Part II

This is the second part of a two-part series.  If you have not read part one you can find it here: “Migration of HelloWorld iOS game from Sparrow 1.4 to Sparrow 2.0 – Part I” As a quick recap,…

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Migration of HelloWorld iOS game from Sparrow 1.4 to Sparrow 2.0 – Part I

This is a two-part article.  Be sure to read the second part “Migration of HelloWorld iOS game from Sparrow 1.4 to Sparrow 2.0 – Part II“. Sparrow is a pretty awesome Free and Open Source game engine for…

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Execute CMD files directly from Visual Studio

This will be the first post to start a category about links to resources that have helped me with various development efforts.  My primary reason for starting this category is to have a sort of blogged favorites listing. …

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Team Build Error – “contains more than the allowed 259 characters. Type or select a shorter path.”

We use Team Foundation Server as our code repository and Team Foundation Server’s Team Build to do automated nightly builds.  We have configured Team Build for check-ins to trigger a new build.  After check-ins of a large amount…

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How to modify Reporting Services CSV export Behavior

So you are trying to change the Reporting Services CSV export behavior.  This article will outline two specific behavior changes: How to turn off exporting of the header record How to change the encoding to ASCII By default…

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