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WikiLeaks won’t publish zero-day exploit details until developers can fix them

WikiLeaks won’t publish zero-day exploit details until developers can fix them Called “Vault 7,” the collection included a slew of hacking and cyber espionage tools used by the CIA between 2013 and 2016.Among the tools that were leaked are various malware, viruses, and remote control systems capable of infecting Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, and iOS.

Lords of Xulima II Developer Blog: Casual or Hardcore

Lords of Xulima II Developer Blog: Casual or Hardcore The developer blog for Lords of Xulima II has a new post talking about the original game's difficulty and the plans for the sequel in that regard.The post offers an interesting distinction between being accessible and being casual and then juxtaposes casual with hardcore.

Apple opens App Accelerator in India to foster iOS app development

Apple opens App Accelerator in India to foster iOS app development The Cupertino-based company said it will open a new App Accelerator in Bangalore, India.The announcement comes less than a year after the company said it would open an iOS App Design and Development Accelerator in India’s Silicon Valley.

‘Bayonetta’ developers reveal game’s odd secrets, inspirations

‘Bayonetta’ developers reveal game’s odd secrets, inspirations In the latest video, the studio divulges some secrets that even dedicated fans might not have known about, including the story behind the protagonist’s mysterious mole.“Here’s a secret about Bayonetta that isn’t listed in any strategy guide,” says director Hideki Kamiya in the developer diary.

Path of Exile Developer Q&A Part 2

Path of Exile Developer Q&A Part 2 The second part of the Path of Exile developer Q&A is now up on the Grinding Gear Games' forums.There are a lot of interesting tidbits there.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Developer Livestream

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Developer Livestream The first post-E3 Middle-earth: Shadow of War developer livestream features a story mission from the game's second act that introduces the nature spirit Carnan, who the developers describe as Mordor's Tom Bombadil.And then we get a brief Q&A session with Michael de Plater, Monolith's Creative VP.

Neverwinter Developer Blog – Hunting in Chult

Neverwinter Developer Blog – Hunting in Chult According to a developer blog post, the upcoming Tomb of Annihilation module for the action-packed MMO Neverwinter will offer the players a chance to engage in jolly cooperation while hunting various great beasts.If they succeed in these hunts, too dangerous for a single adventurer, the entire party will receive unique trophies or rare pieces of equipment.

GM is putting app developers directly in the driver's seat

GM is putting app developers directly in the driver's seat The automaker claims it's the first time a car company is giving developers a shot to work on their apps in a real production vehicle this early in the process.The friendlier, more open platform could turn the GM dashboard into a new space for connected car innovation — if it catches on with developers.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Weekly Developer Blog Started

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Weekly Developer Blog Started The folks at TaleWorlds Entertainment acknowledge that they've been neglecting their community for a while, and would now like to remedy that by upping the transparency of their development process.To that extent, they've started a weekly developer blog where they intend to post regular updates, developer interviews, and more.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog – Meet the Team

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog – Meet the Team Staying true to their recent declaration of improved transparency, the folks at TaleWorlds Entertainment, in a new developer blog post, introduce their team with a group photo and an overview of who does what exactly.We learn that there are currently 60 people working directly on Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, with another 19 dealing with the various administrative tasks.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord TaleWorlds Entertainment Founder Q&A

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord TaleWorlds Entertainment Founder Q&A The latest Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord developer blog post kicks off a series of developer Q&As, starting with TaleWorlds founder and CEO Armagan Yavuz.In the Q&A, the man who originally intended for Mount & Blade to be a simple hobby project, but instead ended up running a company of nearly a hundred people, talks about his usual day at the office, his inspirations for the game, his favorite faction, and more.

Notch vs. a marginalized trans game developer

Notch vs. a marginalized trans game developer in Mr treme to HmKay (MI II mac Hui.ArtGet the End: Twitter and an makeMn law.

Get in the back-to-school spirit with these online courses

Get in the back-to-school spirit with these online courses And there's no better way to embrace the season than with some back-to-school scholarly pursuits — whether or not you’re actually a student.Good news: The online learning pros at Udemy are offering a veritable bounty of courses this week, all at a hefty discount.

Get paid to build websites in your pajamas

Get paid to build websites in your pajamas What’s better than a great job as a web developer?A great job as a web developer that you can do without putting on pants.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog on Modding

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog on Modding Mod support has always been an important part of Mount & Blade's appeal for certain players, and there's no denying that mods provide even more replayability for this title that's already almost endlessly replayable right out of the box.And to show that mod support is still a high priority for the upcoming Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, the latest developer blog post answers a total of 39 modding-related questions that clarify how modding will work in Bannerlord.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog - Armies & Influence

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog - Armies & Influence The latest post on TaleWorlds Entertainment's developer blog talks about Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord's singleplayer campaign, and in particular the “influence” resource.In Bannerlord you can invest your influence to gather an army of allied lords, and then, when your joint campaign succeeds in capturing a hostile city, be lauded as a great general and become even more influential.