Today's post comes from Trent Polack, an game developer extraordinaire (and indie game developer) at Stardock. See his blog here: http://www.polycat.net/
Bite-sized pieces: My life as a game developer
Hi Everyone. It’s been a while since I did any blogging. The reason is that I’ve been mostly wrapping up my work on several different projects. Now, I’m finally getting to move on to a new challenge. A few years ago a team of people developed an application to demonstrate the threading capabilities of Intel’s desktop technologies. This application is known as the “Destroy the Castle” demo. In the demo, a user can shoot cannonballs at a castle and w My new project utilizes this application and will be divided into four phases.
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One of the more common topics on our Manageability Forum is SOL/IDE-R (Serial-Over-LAN and IDE-Redirect.) SOL and IDE-R are features that are normally used in the "Diagnosis and Repair" Use Cases in order to remotely load an OS with a diagnostic utility onto an Intel AMT client that is in need of repair.
SIGGRAPH 2009 in New Orleans, LA is coming up August 3 through 7 - I hope you're busy making your plans to attend now since it will be a blockbuster show! 25,000 professionals and students are expected to attend this year - I cannot wait to see everyone!