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- Apple’s Boot Camp now officially supports Windows 10
- Great timing, as I am upgrading my MBP’s Windows build to Win 10 this week! Although my co-worker says he has been bootcamping internal builds for weeks and it works fine.
- Even if you don’t have an Xbox, the WIn10 Xbox app is useful
- I didn’t realize that you could do two of these things on the list. Being able to record any game / app is pretty nifty.
- Taito had an unreleased console in the late 80s
- Some good digging into the past to find this. I loved many Taito games growing up as a kid!
- [YouTube] How much VRAM do you need?
- I stumbled across the Linus Tech account a few days ago and instantly fell in love. Lots of really in-depth knowledge and really well explained.
- Open source style guide, from Aaron Gustavson
- A fantastic overview of best practices for running an open source project on Github from the folks at 18F. Covers everything to naming your project to writing READMEs to reporting issues.
- A curated list by Eric Elliott and friends. Suggest a link with a PR or open a new issue.
- [YouTube] Mega Man and Sega
- The gaming historian covers the history between Sega and the Mega Man franchise. Did you know that Wiley Wars was on the Genesis?
- “Any given line of code (with notable exceptions) can execute both on the client and the server”.
- Showgoers – Chrome Extension
- Showgoers is a Chrome extension that allows you link up your Netflix player with a friend’s so that you can watch the same Netflix movie together over the internet. With Showgoers installed, watching a Netflix movie with friends online is as easy as sharing a URL.