Last Friday 14th of November my Google+ community dedicated to Rugby Union reached and passed the 4,000 members mark! At the time of writing we are the biggest and most active rugby community on Google+ with 4,025 members and 3,827 posts.
Today is the day I’ve been waiting for three years, today is the day I’ve planned, dreamed of and worked for in the last three years, today is the day I am an independent game developer, again.
The rise of free and social games in the mobile era has introduced a new jargon which mixes terms and acronyms from many different fields like advertising, marketing and data analysis. Such terms and acronyms are mostly used to describe how…
Fifth month of development and fifth status update on Shade, a cross-platform framework for 2D games which will be the core technology of all my future mobile and desktop games.
Fourth month of development and fourth status update on Shade, a cross-platform framework for 2D games which will be the core technology of all my future mobile and desktop games.
Last Thursday the Webb Ellis Cup was at the Liverpool Street station in London to promote the Official Rugby World Cup 2015 Hospitality Programme. I was lucky enough to be around the station for work that day so I decided to bring my…
Third month of development and third status update on Shade, a cross-platform framework for 2D games which will be the core technology of all my future mobile and desktop games.
SDL 2, a cross-platform library for multimedia applications, now offers projects and templates for many platforms, including a XCode project template for iOS which, in theory, should allow you to start to work on your app without wasting any time…
This is the first update of a series of posts dedicated to tracking and analysing the Android version distribution over time. The time frame considered in this update covers the last 2 years of Android: since June 2012 to June 2014.
Today is an important day for one of the Google+ communities I created, today the Rugby Union community reached and passed the 3,000 members mark!