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Here, I try to write and post an article around once a week. My articles are on various subjects, from discussing projects I'm working on, interesting things going on in the tech industry, cool stuff I've learned about computers, how stuff works, and other awesome things of that nature! If you're interested in a particular area/type of my posts, go ahead and subscribe to some streams to recieve email notifications whenever I post an article in that stream!Streams
It has been said, the family that games together stays together! In full agreement of this, a month ago, I set out to try and make a simple gaming app that everyone in my family could use to play games with each other. Back when Words With Friends was still a big thing, (at least among the people I knew), it was quite a hit in my family. It makes for an excellent game model for busy people, because there's not much in the way of time requirements, and I wanted to further this idea!
For as long as I can remember, I've been obsessed with doing things from scratch. It's a source of satisfaction and pride to succeed in building something completely from the ground up, and with it comes a great deal of in-depth knowledge and understanding about what it is you're actually building. I've been accused multiple times of "reinventing the wheel," and while I strongly dislike both the phrase and the sentiment behind it, there's still a valid point somewhere in there...
In the majority of cases up to this point, I'm glad that I've taken the implement-it-myself approach - I've l... (read more)
One small but very important part of my little mission statement for this company is that I hope to help people "appreciate and understand technology a little more." I'm going to start working on this today with a blog post explaining WHY I feel it's important that people appreciate technology.
Most of us use computers and digital technology in some form or fashion every single day. What with all of our phones, personal computers, work computers, smart TV's, etc., the technology has become integrated into our lives, and we use it so much that we've become desensitized to just what it is ... (read more)
If you'd like to see what the engine can do and play around with it a little, I put a sandbox for it online: read more)