My name is Takayoshi Tanaka, and I'm also a Red Hat engineer in Japan.
I have been a software engineer (mainly C#, Java and a little with PowerShell, Ruby,
Nodejs, TypeScript) for about 10 yrs and was responsible for Windows Infrastructure for a
Japanese "social game" at a former job. Besides, I'm a Microsoft MVP  for
Visual Studio and Development Technologies. I have and continued to make presentations in
community groups, write blog posts, and write web articles.
I just started to use Fedora laptop in this April, when I joined Red Hat. I'd like to
use .NET on Fedora. It's a first time to contribute to Fedora and I have little
knowledge of Linux packaging. However, I've been studying .NET Core on Linux.
差出人: rkieley(a)unifiedsoftworx.com <rkieley(a)unifiedsoftworx.com>
送信日�: 2016年10月26日 21:57:57
宛先: Radka Janekova
件名: [Dotnet-sig] Re: Self-introduction
Hi Radka, likewise! Over the years I've worked with a couple of my own
engines, starting out primarily DirectX based on Windows and ending up
OpenGL/ES based for OSX/iOS. From that there were two games released,
for a third I moved to Unity 3D 3.x/4.x.
Also got to use a number of inhouse engine's when working at various
via both original title's and porting work, all of which were native
with enough Objective-C and Java JNI to get them to be cross platform
iOS and Android via the NDK.
Have also dabbled a little with Unreal and Ogre and have currently been
following the development of Oryol with interest.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [Dotnet-sig] Self-introduction
From: Radka Janekova <radka.janek(a)redhat.com>
Date: Tue, October 25, 2016 6:12 pm
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 after
> 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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