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  1. In Topic: delete[] variable filled with strncpy() caused memory error

    Posted 7 Jul 2015

    Thanks for the responses guys! Problem solved
  2. In Topic: Portfolio website check

    Posted 5 Jul 2015

    I never realized but the majority of my work on the site is about game development which i am starting to shy away from and should inform the reader of this.

    I don't know if the font color and background clash on other machines, but the response from others seem to be generally positive about the color scheme.

    Thanks for the advice Astonecipher :)/>
  3. In Topic: Portfolio website check

    Posted 28 Jun 2015

    View PostErickShawn, on 27 June 2015 - 12:04 AM, said:

    Hi there,
    It is not responsive.
    Decrease the size of your buttons.
    Color of font and background are almost same, it makes your website dull and boring.

    Thanks for the advice!
  4. In Topic: Portfolio website check

    Posted 15 Jun 2015

    View PostMartyr2, on 10 June 2015 - 10:14 AM, said:

    Ok well rule number 1, NEVER use Comic Sans as your default web font. It just cheapens your site in a big way. Secondly, add some color man. The gray on gray is really dull and doesn't get me excited about your work. It is good you have videos of your work, but I think instead of just putting one after the other you might want to invest in some sort of gallery widget to help put the work front and center. Maybe something like a lightbox would be good. Make it like a movie theater experience. You might also want to lose a bit of the animations for opening up boxes like the login screen. Really not needed.

    Lastly you might want to open up the site width a bit. Most of your desktop visitors will be on much bigger screens so you can easily open up the width to 1000 or more. Even up to 1200 may work. But really, you should be looking into a responsive design. Potential employers are going to expect the responsive design and may be even viewing this on mobile devices.

    Good luck with the continued work on the site. :)/>/>

    Hey there Martyr2, happy to see your post!

    I have updated my site according to your advice with the exception of the lightbox which im still working on and would like you to re-review it if you would be so kind <3
  5. In Topic: How secure is my stored password

    Posted 5 Mar 2015

    View Postbaavgai, on 05 March 2015 - 04:52 AM, said:

    View PostJava Student, on 04 March 2015 - 09:10 PM, said:

    When you say "internal" its vague to me about what you're referring to.

    Some systems store some static value that no one knows about for their encryption. This is what is meant by internal; internal to that system. This works pretty well as long as no one discovers that secret value. This is what is meant by "security through obscurity," that the system is only secure when the secret is secret.

    View PostJava Student, on 04 March 2015 - 09:10 PM, said:

    To answer "how does it validate against future checks?"

    The salt is stored in the database? Ok, that's fair. I missed that bit, sorry.

    I wouldn't get too fixated on the salt256 thing. Using salt64 is just fine. You want 256^36? Just use 64^48. Which, I believe, will be the base64 size of your 36 bytes, anyway.

    Oh ok, thanks!

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    26 Mar 2015 - 09:26
    we are Polished Games, small indie game company from Poland.
    Are you still owner of domain? If yes we would be interested in buying it. Please contact us at
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    harshwal92 Icon

    01 Sep 2011 - 06:06
    wht are u do
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    javabie Icon

    08 Mar 2010 - 21:17
    I didn't realize you are Canadian too until now.
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    Java Student Icon

    27 Feb 2010 - 21:21
    Check out this tutorial and more in the Java -> Turorial section
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    nagcarlangurlz Icon

    27 Feb 2010 - 10:13
    how to make a simple java games??
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    nagcarlangurlz Icon

    27 Feb 2010 - 10:11
    cn u help me??
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