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Software Development Life Cycle (6 Parts)

Designing complex systems is always important for any company. The smaller organizations tend to let some aspects relax too far in order to maintain timelines and profitability. The problem with this is that there is a significant lack of quality, durability and stability in the product’s first few versions. In a similar extreme, large companies […]

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SDLC Part 1, Overview

Overview      Designing complex systems is always important for any company. The smaller organizations tend to let some aspects relax too far in order to maintain timelines and profitability. The problem with this is that there is a significant lack of quality, durability and stability in the product’s first few versions. In a similar […]

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Consulting Services

We are currently accepting clients for consulting services. Our services include Software Design and Development Review, Documentation Review, Project Management Assistance and code level analysis and review. In addition we are planning to release several new articles in our Quest and Mission series in addition to general software development articles. Stanley Handschuh

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New posts! Finite State Machine Cash Mall vs. Subscriptions Bass Classes and Inheritance

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Subscription vs. Cash Mall

    Online games have come in a wide variety over the years. They have been Free-to-Play [F2P], Pay-to-Play [P2P], Pay-to-Win [P2W], and Cash Mall. Each model is slightly different and has advantages and disadvantages for both the players and the company doing the hosting. In order to understand the different models it is important to understand […]

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Software Design

Welcome to Software Design and Programming!     In previous articles more complex concepts were examined in brief. However, this section of the game development process will be taken into specific areas required to produce a fully formed game concept. The software development process is long but through these pages it should be fairly easy to understand […]

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SQL Update

Added new entries to the expanding SQL section. The new sections separate the Datatypes and Functions into the correct groups. Updates to come will include pages on how to script them within each DBMS through SQL.

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String/Text Datatypes

    String data types hold a series of readable characters. These strings store values in plain text and should not be used for critical data unless it is encrypted. However, string datatypes can hold as little as a single character or several gigabytes depending on the type that is used.   DATA TYPE SYMPLE TYPE Database DESCRIPTION […]

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Numeric Datatypes

Numeric datatypes hold any integer or decimal numerical value. Some DBMS have specialized fields that are formatted however in most cases any formatting must be handled through a special command in SQL or in the recipient language.   DATA TYPE SYMPLE TYPE Database DESCRIPTION TINYINT(N) NUMERIC SQL Server, MySQL -128 TO 127 NORMAL. 0 TO […]

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Enumerated Datatypes

    Each DBMS handles enumeration differently. The following datatypes are only available on MySQL. The other systems allow for custom datatypes or require a separate table to handle enumeration. It is important to know that these are there and available on some systems.   DATA TYPE SYMPLE TYPE Database DESCRIPTION ENUM(X,Y,Z,ETC.) ENUMERATED MySQL LET YOU ENTER […]

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