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1  Discussions / Jobs and Resumes / Java/J2EE developer positions - wanted in Tennessee, USA on: 2005-11-29 23:49:33
I'm posting this on behalf of my company, if you are interested please send a resume to jobs@touchparties.com
Junior and senior level developers wanted...

The location is Knoxville, TN - or possibly Memphis, TN.

I'll keep this short and to the point. If you fit any combination of these, please feel free to email me.

J2EE (JSP/Servlet/EJB)
Struts
SOAP/WebServices
JDBC
Eclipse experience a plus.
Subversion experience a plus.
SQL experience a plus.
Commercial application server experience a plus. (WebLogic, WebSphere, etc)
2  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Misadventures of MADS sample game on: 2004-11-03 13:20:38
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Nice smooth animation!
The only thing I noticed was it seemed after a while of playing, the jump button was a bit laggy (had to hold it down for a second for the game to respond). Basically I was holding right on the keyboard and had to hold space bar for a second before it would jump



I can't seem to consistently reproduce the laggy jumping, although I'm still seeing it.

Also, the screen gets all mad crazy flickering when I die and it asks me if I want to start a new game.

Overall I like it, right now it reminds me of an old school platformer.
3  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Misadventures of MADS sample game on: 2004-11-02 14:58:02
WinXP
JRE 1.5
1GB RAM

I'll try it again and see if I can be more specific about how it happened
4  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Misadventures of MADS sample game on: 2004-11-01 16:16:02
Nice smooth animation!
The only thing I noticed was it seemed after a while of playing, the jump button was a bit laggy (had to hold it down for a second for the game to respond). Basically I was holding right on the keyboard and had to hold space bar for a second before it would jump
5  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: SUPER ELVIS beta testers required on: 2004-10-29 21:07:54
I'd be happy to help out on this

AMD Athlon 1.4 Ghz
512MB RAM
GeForce440 MX
Win2k
JRE 1.5
Soundblaster Live! Value
6  Discussions / Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Yey webhosting! on: 2004-07-14 13:51:31
If there's a catch, I have yet to find one! If you do find one though please let me know, as I have three accounts through them. Be sure to create a ticket and ask them to turn on JSP/Servlet support, because it is not on by default (meaning tomcat is not running I believe).  Their support is excellent, I always seem to get a response within 5 minutes, a response from a very knowledgeable person. And what impresses me the most, if I ask a question that they don't have an answer or solution to, they will say "hey, I have no idea, let me find out for you" - and they always do.  Smiley
7  Discussions / Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Yey webhosting! on: 2004-07-13 17:22:38
http://itanets.com/?rf=elfire

Only have good things to say about these people here...
$5 monthly
8  Discussions / General Discussions / OpenGL installed by default on upcoming Windows? on: 2004-06-14 17:39:36
Quoted from the recent Gamasutra article entitled "64-bit Game Development: Immediate Changes Ahead".

http://www.gamasutra.com/features/20040603/pournelle_01.shtml

"OpenGL is now a grudgingly accepted citizen. Since late in the NT 4.0 era, Microsoft hasn't wanted to support OpenGL, preferring to evangelize DirectX as the One True Way to display 3D. Between the graphics chip vendors doing their own OpenGL drivers, and the big CAD companies continuing to require it, Microsoft has put OpenGL support back into the operating system, so you can rely on it being there."


This is good right?
9  Game Development / Networking & Multiplayer / Re: communication in online games without servers on: 2004-05-24 18:29:37
On the topic of p2p games, I would with MMOGs specifically this might be a Bad Thing (tm) because of cheating players.

If there is no authoritative central server, how do you stop players from giving themselves resources and possibly ruining someone else's gaming experience? (Especially if they are competing with each other, ie PvP)

It just brings to mind Kazaa Lite, where you could click a checkbox that said something to the effect "Make me a Kazaa God", basically faking your status so it looked like you were sharing a ton of files, because in making it look like you were sharing a ton of files - you could much more easily grab files from other people.
10  Game Development / Networking & Multiplayer / Re: communication in online games without servers# on: 2004-05-24 18:23:51
May I suggest the following host...

http://www.itanets.com

$60 (US) per year - that's only $5 per month
No setup
400MB space
10GB Transfer per month
JSP/Servlet
MySQL

Plus a bunch of other features which you may or may not care about...(like PERL, C++, TCL, Python, PHP4)

http://itanets.com/?a=hosting

I currently have 3 separate accounts with them for 3 different domains. In my experience, their tech support is top notch (very skilled in everything they do), their response time is measured in minutes (under 5 minutes).

I checked their terms of service and here is what they DO NOT allow...

#  Copyrighted material
# Material that is threatening or obscene
# Material that is 'adult only content' or also classified as pornographic *
# Material protected by trade secrets and other statue
# WAREZ Software or not licensed MP3 files
# Spamming software

I'd bet if you sent an email asking them about using your server space for a game, they'd be okay with it as long as you promised not to break anything too badly.

Highly recommend these people, really. Also, you have to explicitly ask them to turn on certain features of their hosting, such as JSP/Servlet support, because not a lot of their customers actually want to use it.
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