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Google’s Cloud Platform tools are now available on GitHub
. The move to GitHub will make it easier for developers already using GitHub to get started with Google’s various Cloud Platform offerings.
Thus far most of the repositories in Google’s GitHub account consist of code samples and projects related to offerings like App Engine, BigQuery, Compute Engine, Cloud SQL, and Cloud Storage.
The Google Open Source Blog says that most of Google Cloud Platform’s existing open source tools will be migrated to the new GitHub organization “over time.”
For now though you can get started building apps on Google Cloud Platform just by forking one of the demo repositories and tweaking the code to fit your project. Sample apps like the guestbook demos for Python and Java, along with the OAuth 2 helper apps, make a good place to start if you’ve never built anything on Google’s cloud platform before.
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Well, that's it, ladies and gentlemen: The sixth console generation is officially over, as Sony's PlayStation 2 has now been discontinued worldwide. The news comes just days after PS2 production ceased in Japan, which was the first sign that this day was fast approaching.
Launched in 2000, Sony's second major console release was by far its most successful to date. The PlayStation 2 is currently the best selling home console ever released, having sold over 155 million units since its debut. That figure leaves its primary competitors in the dust, with the original Xbox coming in at around 24 million sales, and Nintendo's GameCube bringing up the rear with 22 million sales.
The PlayStation 2 had a few key advantages in the early going, most notably its support for DVD video, which was just catching fire at the time the console was released. The PS2 received fantastic third-party publisher support with titles like Grand Theft Auto III
, and played host to first-party exclusives such as God of War
and Gran Turismo 4
So if you have a drink near you, pour one out for the PlayStation 2, because it definitely deserves a place in the heart of every gamer.
Frozen Sand is happy to announce that gsigms has joined the development team!
gsigms is a computer science researcher in academics specialised in optimising scientific simulations on high performance computers. He will be working on the game code for Urban Terror
, fixing and adding game features.
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