My first weekly newsletter is out

Here’s what you missed out on: Gaming Dev Gamasutra annual game dev salary survey – Gamasutra How to use an Xbox One controller on your Windows PC Resources for HTML5 game developers – Mozilla Ethical Free-to-play Game Design (and why it matters) – Gamasutra A sobering conversation about mobile gaming – Giant Bomb Internet of……


Switching from the iPhone 5 to the Lumia 1520

This is a cross-post from my personal blog, davevoyles.azurewebsites.net. Go there to learn more! Today I made the switch from the iPhone 5 on Verizon, to a Lumia 1520 on AT&T. I’ve been in the Apple ecosystem for the last 3 years, so making the change was nerve-wracking, to say the least. Calculating the cost…


prime[31] Azure plugin for Win8 & WP8 Unity games (Part 1)

This is a cross-post from my personal blog, found at www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net. Go there to find more! For some time now, prime[31] has been an industry leader in platform specific extensions for Unity games. Many of these extensions allow developers to tie their Unity games with the native functionality of a platform. In the case of Windows…


Examples of apps published with the Web App Template

This is a cross-post from my personal blog, found at www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net. Go there to find more! A few months back, I wrote a piece on a high level overview of Microsoft’s Web App Template.  I’ve recently learned that it not only works on Windows 8, but is also applicable to Win Phone 8, with Universal support coming soon….


How does Microsoft compare in the Fortune 500?

This is a cross-post from my personal blog, found at www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net. Go there to find more! Before I joined Microsoft, I was an engineer at Comcast, on their COAM (Consumer Owned and Maintained Devices) team, where I worked on their Xbox 360, Xbox One, and SmartGlass apps. Now that I’m at Microsoft, another Fortune 50 company,…


Join my newsletter for gaming, HTML5, and tech

This is a cross-post from my personal blog, found at www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net. Go there to find more! it was only a matter of time before I created my own weekly newsletter. Rather than constantly spam folks on twitter with my links, I’d much prefer to just bunch them up into a weekly letter, and share them with…


UnityVS is free for all Visual Studio devs using Unity!

This is a cross-post from my personal blog, found at www.davevoyles.azurewebsites.net. Go there to find more! Feel free to e-mail me with any questions or comments!  UnityVS, a tool for debugging Unity games within Visual Studio, is finally free and available to developer using Visual Studio. It works for VS 2010, ’12, and ’14. If you…