Stuff We Use
The following are some links to pieces of software and websites that we use when doing our development work. This is just an informative section
for those interested in what software we prefer to use. These are in no particular order, and this list is most likely not complete.
An open source programming environment that Jamie prefers for all of his .Net related adventures.
Jamie has been playing with the Unity 3D Engine. Even he's interested to see what he can make with it.
A cross platform port of Microsoft's .Net Framework, allowing .Net applications to run on Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, Solaris, and other Unix based platforms. Our software can run on Linux and Mac OSX thanks to Mono.
A performance profiling application that Jamie uses to find and fix weird errors in our software.
No software protection is perfect, but this is a good obfuscator I use.
We mostly use Firefox when building our site. The site also looks good in Safari, Chrome, and Midori. Don't even get me started on IE.
Jamie has been using this to make web programming work a lot less annoying.
Tutorials and Other Informative Sites
Lots of great tutorials on various aspects of programming on this site.
I'm usually amazed at how these people come up with the methods in their tutorials. Awesome tips for graphics work.
File Software Sites and Lists
A large database of PAD files for use by software authors, webmasters, and people looking for software on the Internet. This is one of the many places we've used to promote our software.
Archive of free software downloads for your computer.