Over the Christmas period Microsoft were running a promotion to developers; “Publish your apps to the Windows store before the 23rd of December and we will give you some Microsoft store credit”. Well as I had already spent a whole bunch of time learning how to publish natives desktop apps to the Windows Store during the development of Glancer I thought sure, why not capitalize on that.
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I started coding when I was 7 years old at a school-holidays computer camp in the UK. We used QBASIC to write a “guess my number game”. I remember writing that same program out on the school library computers to the amazement of my mates who insisted that I show them how to do it too.
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I have been meaning to write this post for a while now and since I have spent most of this month back in the UK visiting friends and family I don’t have all that much to share technically so I thought it was about time I got this post done.

Over the course of my 23 years of coding I have had a number of what I call “Code Epiphanies”. These are moments in my coding career where fundamental changes in how I code have taken place.
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Mike Cann

A professional games developer that just cant stop tinkering with things


Head Software Wizard at TapSlots


Perth - Australia