genesis-demoscene

Sega Genesis demoscene videos from TITAN

I’ve always been a fan of the demoscene work, as it pushes hardware to its absolute limits. You know those old consoles you played in the 80s and 90s? Well they were capable of so much more, if only the programmers had time to dedicate towards mastering the device. And that’s exactly what demoscene is. This…

msft-tech-content-github

Technical Community Content / Presentations

Link to the GitHub Repository  This repo includes technical content optimized for the use within Community Events about Microsoft Azure and other Microsoft technologies, and is available to anyone who wants to use it under the MIT License. The contents of this Repo have been produced by and for Technical Community Groups who are interested…

vs code extensions react

My notes from learning React & JSX

Learning a new front-end framework can be time consuming and often very difficult, due to the complexity that JavaScript allows for because it is a dynamically typed language. Whenever I learn something new, I create a new tab in OneNote and keep a list of the tutorials, helpful GitHub repos, and questions I have along the way. It’s only…

babylonjs-shaders

Building Shaders With Babylon.js

One of my colleagues at Microsoft, David Catuhe (@DeltaKosh) has been building Babylon.js, a free and open source WebGL framework for gaming and visualizations over the last few years. I fell in love with it immediately, largely due to the documentation, samples, and sandbox to learn and play around in. ———————– @DaveVoyles Subscribe to my…