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The verdict on updated versions of Dev-C++

Posted by jbadams, 27 July 2012 · 846 views

As promised in my last entry, I've posted a follow-up looking at the viability of the two updated versions of Dev-C++: wxDev-C++ and Orwell Dev-C++. Although I still wouldn't personally recommend it, wxDev-C++ comes up alright -- check the entry for details.


Updated: Why you shouldn't use Dev-C++

Posted by jbadams, 24 July 2012 · 1,348 views
Dev-C++, C++, IDE and 1 more...
Just a quick update this time:- I've updated my popular 2008 blog post on "Why you shouldn't use Dev-C++", and also moved to a new url -- the old one has a re-direct page for now, but I probably won't host that for ever.

The article can now be found at...


Disabling unwanted Facebook notifications

Posted by jbadams, 14 January 2010 · 270 views

Cross posted from http://www.jasonbadams.net/


Facebook can be a great way to connect with people and keep in touch. However, by default Facebook generates a lot of notifications, both via it’s own interface and by email, often about a lot of things you might not care about. There are however a few things you can do to manage and reduce the traffic...


Help Wanted/Offered Picks

Posted by jbadams, 22 July 2009 · 198 views

Those who view the front page of the site or peruse the news forum may have noticed a monthly column I've been posting for a short while now to help bring a bit more attention to some of the projects in Help Wanted.

To give a couple of examples of recent editions I'll link to the June Help Wanted Picks, and the July edition; this month I made the...


Why do we have a Help Wanted template?

Posted by jbadams, 20 July 2009 · 282 views

As most of you probably already know, we have a required template for posts in the Help Wanted forum... but why do we have it?

The first reason is fairly obvious. Most people looking for a project to join have the same few generic questions regarding things such as payment, choice of technology and the goals of the project. The various sections of the...


Asking better questions...

Posted by jbadams, 19 July 2009 · 115 views

Cross posted from Unrefined Awesome.

There's a well-known document called How To Ask Questions The Smart Way that a lot of forums, newsgroups and faqs link to as an explanation of how to approach seeking help. It’s well written, comprehensive and gives a very good explanation of how and why people should improve their questions. However, it's also...


Links to off-site content...

Posted by jbadams, 19 July 2009 · 183 views

Just snippets from a couple of posts from my blog, Unrefined Awesome:

Quote:from Why you shouldn't use Dev-C++
I still see a lot of people using the out-of-date and unmaintained Bloodshed Dev-C++ IDE (Integrated Development Environment), and I’d like to briefly explain why this is a bad idea as well as pointing any interested readers toward a couple...


Help Wanted Picks updated.

Posted by jbadams, 25 December 2008 · 150 views

I took on board some of the feedback from last time when posting the new Help Wanted Picks to the front page. This time we've got screenshots, and the list of services offered at the bottom of the post is sorted into categories with a couple that I personally recommend for anyone interested specially marked.

Check it out and let me know if you've got...






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