glad to see felow game programmer - I used to work on PC and mobile games
(and a few ports to all the consoles as well) using an inhouse engine (C++)
to begin with, later switched to Unity. What engines did you have the
chance to work with?
On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 8:38 PM, <rkieley(a)unifiedsoftworx.com> wrote:
Hi folks, good to see .NET becoming a first class citizen on linux
many years of relative success via Mono.
I'm Roddie, I've been involved in professional software development 19
years this month prior to which I did IT work for about 4 years while
completing CS. In that time I've primarily worked with C/C++, C#,
Objective-C, and Java with a little Ruby and Perl thrown in for good
measure. Industry wise it's been pc/mobile/console game development,
aerospace, maritime navigation, and the enterprise space, fulfilling roles
from programmer through technical director as well as entrepreneur.
At the moment I'm at Red Hat focused on the FuseSource / A-MQ suite of
middleware products. My workstation is Fedora 23 and I've been spending
more and more time with PowerShell as well reintroducing myself to the pros
and cons of MSBuild in the post project.json world.
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