So here’s a first: I was featured on a podcast! I was invited to talk about whatever I want for an audience of beginner & intermediate game developers. I chose to talk about a general truism that’s close to my heart: Nothing is right or wrong in a vacuum, and context matters.
Hi all, long time no see! I gave a presentation at Great Lakes Game Expo 2021!
My talk was titled Productivity Workshop: Informing Your Process with Worklogs. It was about how I min-max my productivity so I can work less and do more using a system I call worklogs. It’s nothing groundbreaking but I think the overall process and philosophy behind it is something I don’t see talked about much.
The recent stock market shenanigans regarding Game Stop and risky trading behavior sparked the “trading is just gambling” conversation in my family and I thought I’d share some thoughts on that as someone who does some casual trading/investing.
I don’t have a lot of money to work with, but it’s something I do in my spare time to save some extra cash.
Read on for some tips to get started saving money in the stock market. I don’t make much money doing it because I don’t have a lot of time to engage with the stock market, but I can offer a little advice on where to start.
This will be my 5th year attending the GDC (holy crap!), and it’ll be my 3rd or 4th time ordering business cards. I’m not going to pretend like I’m an expert, but every year I’ve learned something new about business cards. I think last time’s edition could use a refresher.
I’m a programmer of over a decade with 3D math & gamedev experience. It took me 8+ hours over 4+ weekends to code basic movement with a 3rd person camera and double-jumping to work in Unity. Countless failures & dead-ends. Background doesn’t matter; gamedev takes practice.