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by Apriorit Inc
Being able to switch between 32-bit and 64-bit modes in Windows is a useful skill. Learn about the heaven’s gate technique and the tools and methods needed for hooking 64-bit processes from the 32-bit WOW64 mode.
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23 Mar 2020 by Apriorit Inc
Being able to switch between 32-bit and 64-bit modes in Windows is a useful skill. Learn about the heaven’s gate technique and the tools and methods needed for hooking 64-bit processes from the 32-bit WOW64 mode.
10 Oct 2016 by Ashley Davis
A look at version control from the game developers perspective
4 Feb 2018 by V.
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3 Mar 2018 by Anonymee
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4 Mar 2022 by Greg Utas
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7 Sep 2019 by Shameel
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24 Apr 2017 by Habibur Rony
This topic will cover the bad design practice using STUPID and good design practice using SOLID. Detailed explanation for Single Single Responsibility Principle, Open and Closed Principle, Liskov Substitution Principle, Interface Segregation Principle and Dependency Inversion (DI) Principle.
6 Aug 2019 by Rob Kraft
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21 Feb 2018 by Charles Oder
To optimize, or not to optimize, that is the question...