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Hectic year, time for an update!

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
Many new and exciting things have happened since I last updated on the site.  I have moved down to Austin because the city has tons of job opportunities from full PC game programmer jobs to the new and booming mobile development, which I have been interested in and now I can't get enough.  The next big thing that happened was that I got a job at Chances Media Entertainment.  This was a very small start up company with 1 iOS developer, 1 Android developer(me), 1 server/back-end engineer, 1 artist/web designer, a creative lead, and the head of the company.  Very demanding and rewarding experience.  Everyone usually pulled 9+ hour days because… Read More

Medal of Honor Stats App

Friday, January 21st, 2011
Today is the day, and this app has now gone live! If you play Medal of Honor 2010 and are interested in your stats on the go, then this app is definitely for you. Simply type your name into the editbox and click update. Your stats will be retrieved using and can be saved to use on a widget. I've read Friday is the best day for updates and publishing to the Android Market because traffic is higher so hopefully I get some hits today. Read More

Long time no post, now with XNA and Android experience

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010
. So it's been roughly 3 months since I wrote anything here. Unfortunately I'm not the biggest blog poster in the world so things like this slip my mind. In other news, currently working with four of my college friends on an XNA game that will hopefully be for download on Xbox in a month or two. The basic idea of the game is a vector graphics platformer, we haven't seen one, so we decided to make one. You control a morphing object that can morph between certain shapes and use those to traverse the level. We're currently working on getting networking down for multiplayer and the level editor complete with serialized objects. Other than that, I'm… Read More

The days after moving back home….

Sunday, February 14th, 2010
Well, I came back home on Sunday night at midnight in the aftermath of the blizzard that hit Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C.  I-95 at D.C. was a horrible mess and the only lanes available were the emergency lanes on the side of road.  The middle of the road was a sheet of ice that plows weren't even making a dent in.

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Coding can be fun, just use a keyboard!

Sunday, January 24th, 2010
All i heard about when going into final project at Full Sail was that you were going to be burnt out on coding sometime during the five months. I didn't experience this once. Personally, I would have rather been coding on my teams' game seven days a week because on those off day Sundays I found myself quite bored. Maybe I'm just all around weird and can handle five month crunches like it's just another day. Alas, the time of final project is 99% done, all that we have left is archiving so we can produce our game bible. Read More