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We have 4 x Pro Licences (valued at $59 each) for 2d modular animation software Spriter to give away in this Thursday's GDNet Direct email newsletter.

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Michael Tanczos

Member Since 14 Jun 1999
Offline Last Active Dec 24 2014 09:49 PM

Journal Entries

GameDev.net Staff Journal > Article Updates.. And Search Can Be Challenging

Posted 24 April 2013

First off I am utterly blown away by how the community is coming together to start posting articles.   One of my biggest hopes for this approach is that we can really start exposing the very best articles available on the internet in one place.   At the end of the day learning is the most important thing for all of us.. and while stackoverflow is great fo...

GameDev.net Staff Journal > Reputation Breakdown

Posted 21 May 2012

In my last post you got a chance to Read about some major changes to our site reputation system in the works . This post will discuss some of the preliminary point breakdowns.

Your goal hopefully is the same as our goal: use this special place that we...

GameDev.net Staff Journal > So Everyone Gets a Reputation Boost

Posted 10 May 2012

Everyone this week got a pretty sizeable ratings boost. Why? Because you guys are all so awesome. One of the core objectives that we as a site set this year was to give our members more of a chance to shine. It's tough as a site to figure out ways to do that, and we've tried to do that sort of thing each week by showing off the developer...

GameDev.net Staff Journal > 5 Lessons Learned and a Sneak Peak into the Future of the GDNet Community

Posted 08 December 2011

Note: This post contains images from the next version of our site from areas still under development and are subject to change

In shaping our future we have developed a number of principles that will shape our future direction in a way that will be very positive for the game development community. Over the past year we have implemented a...

Michael Tanczos.. Gamedev.net code monkey > Ideal .net game development platform for beginners?

Posted 30 November 2011

My full-time job is teaching both computer networking as well as programming at a high school. We have a few courses that teach Visual Basic and then transition into programming with both the CLI and GUI with C#. Last year I tried to shake things up a bit and make the course more interesting by introducing XNA and providing a myriad of examples and...