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    Object-Oriented Game Design

    I know this results in educative purpose, but I would like to state that people should use more about C++ has to offer, and I mean by this the use of references and smart pointers for example.
  2. Is there any reason why you don't use any C++11 features? (nullptr, smart pointers, etc)
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    How to Structure a Game

    Very good article, I have to read it more in deep.
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    Let's Make: BattleGame! [Part 1 - Classes]

    Moreover prior comments: - Your getter function are not returning a const value, but you should however. - You should use forward declaration in Monster.h instead including the Character and Monster headers. - This is just style stuff, but take a look at, for example, Google Style Guide for Cpp Programming.   @Matt-D I'm agree of using size_t for counting jobs, beside that, using int is the best one can do instead using char or short (if you are talking here about optimizing).
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    Modern Garbage Collectors under the Hood

    @Thurok @Nickie That is what the author means with reference counting I think; shared pointers, not raw pointers.
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    C++11 Lesson One: Hello World!

    Why not simply using Code::Blocks with TDM (GCC 4.7) ? I think it's more instructive since you could explain how gcc works, and of course is less weight than Visual Studio. Also, I consider it faster to launch than VS :)
  7. Me cago en la puta máquina virtual del SDK de android #fua
  8. Por qué las mejores cosas siempre están #deprecated ?
  9. 10 días para las vacas!! http://bit.ly/gL0izb
  10. Detalles que te sacan una sonrisa y te dan fuerzas para continuar
  11. Otra cosa que no tiene precio es que te digan "Muy bien Santiago, buen trabajo!". Hay veces que me siento como un perro.
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