The Best of the Sodaware Blog

To coincide with the redesign of the main site and blog, it's time to look back at some of the better articles that have been published.

Software Development Articles

  • Five Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Programming

    I've learnt a lot of things since I first started programming. Some of the lessons were quite humorous, so I wrote about five of the best.

  • Issue Tracking for Indie Developers

    You can guarantee that any piece of software you write will contain bugs, but using a decent issue tracking solution can help you to keep things organised and reduce the amount of time you spend on managing your list of errors.

  • How to Ensure Your Project Fails

    There's no avoiding it – creating quality software is difficult. Managing a project of any size can be difficult, but there are a few key things you can do ensure it never gets finished.

  • Games I Designed as a Kid

    Designing games is fun, and I designed my fair share when I was younger. Very few of the concepts ever made it past a few dodgy drawings, but it was just as fun to dream about the possibilities.

  • Games That Inspired Me

    Playing great games inspired me to become a software developer. This article examines some of the most important games I ever played.

Indie Developer Interviews

Personal Development Articles

When the Sodaware blog first started, it was a mix of game development and productivity articles. As time went on, the productivity articles became less relevant to the core topic so all of the personal development articles were moved to a new website,

A few of the more popular ones remain on this site, and they are:

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