Tag Archives: back-up

Freebie Friday! Minitools Partition Magic

By | March 18, 2016

Elsewhere, in the book and course, I advise game makers to develop their creations on a separate partition (as well as a NAS at the very least). That way, if the OS wrecks it doesn’t take thousands and thousands of hours of work with it. To that end I recommend Minitools Partition Magic for disk… Read More »

Freebie Friday! DirSync Pro: synchronization/back-up software

By | January 22, 2016

As promised in the last What Can I Get Away With Wednesday post, here is a link to some non-gratis synchronization software! I highly recommend DirSync Pro for shuttling your files to-and-from your newly minted NAS machine! It’s free, but please consider supporting it! application: http://dirsyncpro.org/ support it: https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=2n6oauXW7pbgWU13oN98imJrT23qtw-0Priya4jiIhFCtqwyFnDouuCS-u8&dispatch=5885d80a13c0db1f8e263663d3faee8d64ad11bbf4d2a5a1a0d303a50933f9b2 A Note from Admin: I hope… Read More »

What Can I Get Away With Wednesday? NAS (Network Attached Storage) For Free?

By | January 20, 2016

For many game developers, their developing game is the most precious thing they own. But the game itself is ones and zeros. It is electrical signals and magnetic polarizations, fleeting, etheral, at times volatile; ownership of such things is tenuous at best. How do you ensure that the precious ones and zeros stay put? Stay… Read More »