Book Recommendation: C# In Depth by Jon Skeet

C# in depth

Remembering my continuous, infinite and still going C# learning journey, I found myself in front of another C# book that teaches through a really different approach to make you understand the benefits of this language, In this case I am talking about C# In Depth, by Jon Skeet (3rd Edition was the latests edition at the time) , a senior engineer at Google, this is the third book I picked up when I decided to take up on C# and everything it had to offer. As usual, this is one of the top books that get mentioned a lot when asking around for C# books, and in my case, i had my eyes on it for quite some time back in those days.

Continue reading “Book Recommendation: C# In Depth by Jon Skeet”

Book Recommendation: The C# Programming Yellow Book by Rob Miles

C# yellow book

You could not simply go online asking around for good C# books without hearing claims of the “yellow book” every now and them.

When I decided to pick up C# as my main language for learning programming (after trying some C++ and Java to no avail), I also found the famous C# Programming Yellow book by Rob Miles  as a primary recommendation from all over the internet back at that time, So, of course, without giving it too much tough I gave it a chance. and thus became the second programming related book that I gave a try.
Continue reading “Book Recommendation: The C# Programming Yellow Book by Rob Miles”

Book Recommendation: C# 6.0 and the .NET 4.6 Framework by Andrew Troelsen and Philip Japikse

C# 6.0 and the .NET 4.6 Framework

During my college days (well, when I was Exactly halfway through college), I looked upon myself and saw that I had hit a wall in programming, I was at that stage where you can’t consider yourself a  complete newbie (i.e knew a little about OOP using Java and C++, made some  really simple  programs that used recursiveness, data structures and so on) , but also was at the stage where I could not consider myself above average at any specific language  (with above average I mean being able to create bigger programs than BMI calculators and your typical College student projects ) so I decided to pick a framework and a language and try to go as far as I could with them, something which is usually the hardest part for someone with no  real experience and has no idea what to choose.

Continue reading “Book Recommendation: C# 6.0 and the .NET 4.6 Framework by Andrew Troelsen and Philip Japikse”

My experience Joining the Xbox Live Creators Program

Microsoft released the Windows 10 creators update, and with it came new ways to empower creators arround the globe, one of the programs that picked my interest was the Xbox Live Creators Program, which would allow  indie developers to release software directly into the a special corner of the  Xbox live store with come some integrations with the Xbox live system.

Xbox live Creators is both similar and different from the ID@Xbox program that Microsoft has been running for a while to let developers join the world of Xbox.

Continue reading “My experience Joining the Xbox Live Creators Program”

Project PostMortem – Approbado.com – news site and app.

Approbado.com was developed by me and my brother as a side project to talk about news, reviews and general tech content aimed towards hispanic internet users, but the project didn’t do so well and is currently paralyzed (and probably dead and buried forever).

As is typical in my post-mortem blog posts, I will post about the good and the bad of it.

Continue reading “Project PostMortem – Approbado.com – news site and app.”

How to make html Canvas tag and WebGL code work inside your WordPress posts.

WebGL and WordPress Tutorial

If you tried to add code directly into your WordPress post, using either the <script> tag to add your shader code or the WebGL dependencies, you have realized that it may not work as intended, that’s because WordPress does several formating to any text inside your post editor even if it is in html mode.

Lets review how to work with a html canvas and webgl inside your WordPress posts and content using a little html hack.

Continue reading “How to make html Canvas tag and WebGL code work inside your WordPress posts.”

KeGo App`s Privacy Policy

This privacy policy has been compiled to better serve those who are concerned with how their ‘Personally Identifiable Information’ (PII) is being used online. PII, as described in US privacy law and information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information in accordance with our website.

Continue reading “KeGo App`s Privacy Policy”