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The Hive - Developers Blog

Step into the mind of the Hive developers and read about projects their working on and gain general knowledge and maybe even the inside scoop!

  1. Hive Alpha - Updates

    Hello,

    Our goal is to provide continuous updates on our progress with our gaming client through this developer's blog. L3gacy and I have been working diligently on upgrading our existing foundation with new features and better performance. Our target lately has been the lobby and room system inside of our client. With our pager system upgraded and being tested we are applying what we have learned elsewhere.

    The user base we plan to support is rather ambitious for such ...
  2. Hive Pager - Updates

    Hello,

    I just wanted to provide an update on our pager system. Recently L3gacy and I have been working on polishing the pager system off for our upcoming internal testing. Most of the polishing has involved improving the user interface and adding some better graphics. I attached a sample of the pager channel window below, but please note the scroll bars aren't final. We are still determining the correct size for everything, and collecting feedback on what looks and feels comfortable ...
  3. The Hive Development - Pager and Network Updates

    Hi everyone,

    For those who don't know me I am currently The Hive's lead developer and solutions architect. I want to thank L3gacy for making his blog post outlining the new layout we are considering for our pager system.

    http://www.hivegamer.com/entry.php?2...reenShot-Pager

    Here at Hive Gamer we have been taking time to work on optimizing our foundation. Although we've been in development for a while now we know that our software will ...
  4. Using SSL in WCF to prevent data corruption

    Hello,

    I am the Hive's main architect and software developer, and welcome to my first blog. I plan to use this blog to post information regarding programming practices and design ideas for the .NET platform. Just as a brief background on myself, I have been programming since 1997 in VB5, and have since moved onto C++, and .NET C#, java script, and CSS. I currently work at a fortune top 100 company managing global software development which helps produce over 30 billion dollars a year ...