God of War Collection

Just before Christmas, on the shelf of a well-known French multi-store, I found a copy of the God of War Collection (GoWC) for the PS3.

It was the American edition (Region 1) but since the game itself has no region restriction I wasted no time and my bank account was 40 euros shorter (you can now find it for around 20 euros).

The GoWC is a remastered port of God of War and God of War 2 for the PlayStation 3, with both of them put on a single Blu-Ray disc. More information on the GoW Collection can be found on the relevant Wikipedia page. I still own the first game for the PS2. I had completed it when the game originally came out in 2005 and I was ready to proceed to another sit through on the PS3.

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How to use User Controls to create MDI WinForm Applications

User Controls are commonly used in ASP.NET web sites. Their main idea is to bundle a set of controls (buttons, text fields, textareas, etc) and form a new and more complex control. That could be useful in the case that we want to use the same set of controls and functionality across a number of pages in a site.

This tutorial will demonstrate how we can make use of User Controls in WinForm applications to create a Multiple Document Interface (MDI in short).

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Setup a Development Environment for Your WordPress Site

How many times you have stumbled upon a theme or a plug-in that you want to test on your site? WordPress does not offer a preview feature so the only option is to make it live which should not be the prefered (and only) option while testing or in general experimenting with new features.

In this article, we will investigate how we can setup a copy of our WordPress powered site on a local machine will serve as a development and test environment.

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