Forgot your password?
typodupeerror

+ - Lord Brittish announces Shroud of the Avatar as a Kickstarter project->

Submitted by Thanatiel
Thanatiel (445743) writes "Award-winning game designer Richard Garriott and creator of the highly successful Ultima® series of games announced today that he plans to reinvent the fantasy RPG genre during a simultaneous live stream on Rooster Teeth and the Shroud of the Avatar website.
The game will only be funded if at least $1,000,000 is pledged by Sunday Apr 7, 10:57am EDT."

Link to Original Source

Comment: Re:ironspread? (Score 1) 332

by Yesfan001 (#42911415) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Spreadsheet With Decent Programming Language?
Hi. When I Googled for "ironspread", Google came back with "DataNitro". Apparently, the company changed their name to DataNitro at some point in 2012.

I looked at the DataNitro website and the tool looks interesting. Thanks for mentioning this.

(I have no mod points currently, or I would mod your post up)

Comment: Re:Freemium (Score 1) 57

by Yesfan001 (#42330069) Attached to: Pentaho and Jaspersoft: Good Alternatives To Bigger-Name Software?
Hi.

I think you meant Talend, right?

I have used the ETL functions of both Pentaho and Talend, as well as Informatica (and MS SSIS a smidgen). Right now, I am using Talend Open Studio for several production integration worfklows. It works well. The only issue I have with it is that you need to know some Java syntax, at least, to create calculations and expressions. Since I am not very fluent in Java, that makes Talend a little tougher for me to use.

The BIRT suite has always sounded impressive. If I become better skilled at Java in the future, I will certainly check it out.

I have never used Jaspersoft, so I cannot comment on it.

Pete

Comment: XGameStation also provides retro-gaming hardware (Score 4, Interesting) 83

by Yesfan001 (#35417696) Attached to: Gameduino Project Aims To Game-ify the Arduino

Another option for retro-gaming hardware is Andre LaMothe's XGameStation line of DIY kits.

Looks like they now have a "Chameleon" line of kits, in both 8- and 16-bit flavors, which are similar to Arduino or BASIC Stamp systems.

I have not personally used these, but they appear to be pretty cool.

Enjoy.

- -
Pete

Comment: Is this different than the VH1 Classic site? (Score 2, Interesting) 192

by Yesfan001 (#25553889) Attached to: MTV Launches Music Video Site
At http://www.vh1classic.com/browse/video/17278/featured-playlists/index.jhtml, you can play lots of videos.

These have been available on the VH1 Classic site for quite some time now, I believe.

Since MTV and VH1/VH1 Classic share the same corporate parent, maybe they've just now added the VH1 Classic video content to MTV's site.

Pete

Nondeterminism means never having to say you are wrong.

Working...