I am currently an Adjunct Professor and Professional Tutor in Technology at a local university, where I received my Bachelor's degree in Game Design and Simulation. Recently I received my Master's degree in Game Design. My Associate's degree in is Computer Information Systems: Programming. I am currently working on my PHD in Information Technology. I am well versed in most programming languages, computer hardware and software, and web technologies. I have been a Professional and Peer Tutor fo... [more]
I have used ASP.Net for 5+ years and am well versed in all aspects of ASP, ASP.Net and MSSQL. I have set up several online stores for various employers, a patient payment management system for a medical billing system, several dating websites and numerous other websites using ASP.Net and MSSQL. I am also a Adjunct Professor and teach Server Side Scripting at my University which uses PHP / MySQL or ASP.Net / MSSQL. I am also familiar with many different tools and Form and MVC based project styles.
I have been using C++ since the late 80's and have written GUI based applications, Major BBS Games, MUD's, Telnet Application, a Socket's Library, and have used it at various employers to create in-house applications.
I started programming in C back in the early 80's. I have used it to create software from device drivers, old text-adventures (aka MUD's), BBS door game, telnet clients that supported ANSI graphics, as well as various software applications for various clients and employers.
I have been programming in one language or another since the early 80's, from BASIC to Assembly, PHP to C#, I am also familiar with OOP Methodologies, UML Diagrams, and Design Patterns.
I have an A.A.A.S in computer information systems: programming, a B.S. in game design and simulation, and a master's in game design. I have also been using computers since the early 80's and has been my primary employment field.
I started with computer during the early years, when DOS was just about the only thing there was. I have had to build new PC's, write/tweak Autoexec.Bat and Config.Sys files. This was a requirement when you added or removed new hardware/software prior and in the early years of Windows. Edlin and Debug were my friends, and I laughed at DOS Shell.
I have used one distribution or another of Linux for over 15 years. I have done numerous installs, configuration, and maintenance of Linux server environments. I have configured Mail, FTP, DNS, Apache, Databases, etc... I have installed, configured and maintained a complete Data Center for a Internet Service Provider. I have a Master's degree in Game Design. My Associate's degree in is Computer Information Systems: Programming.
I have been using Access since its release. I have tutored it heavily over the past 7 years. I also designed, developed, and maintained an Access project that was used by the Used Woodworking Association where they maintained the inventory of over 20 separate businesses. Through a daily merge routine, inventory was updated from and to the master location and the association members.
I have been using Windows since the beginning the earliest I recall right now was 3.0, 3.1, 3.11, etc... I have worked with all versions of Windows including their short-lived Millenium Edition and rarely migrated to Vista. I am very familiar with Virus/Adware removal and tweaking the registry.
I have used PHP for 5+ years and am well versed in all aspects of PHP and MySQL. I have set up several online stores for various employers, a patient payment management system for a medical billing system, several dating websites and numerous other websites using PHP and MySQL. I am also a Adjunct Professor and teach Server Side Scripting at my University which uses PHP / MySQL or ASP.Net / MSSQL. I am also familiar with many different tools and PHP frameworks and mods.
I have used Visual Basic for over 20 years, I have written many games, a client/server/networking library technology. I have used it with various employers creating VB and VB.Net/ASP.Net applications. I used Visual Basic 6.0 in the banking industry creating in house applications. I have also worked as a contractor debugging applications written in VB and VB.Net.
I have a master's degree and have been programming, building, troubleshooting, repairing, and using computers since the early 80's. I have seen technology come and go and continue to learn all new technologies that emerge or are in development.
Have used C# for the past seven years, I have written many games with/without XNA, a client/server/networking library technology. I have used it with various employers creating C#/ASP.Net applications.
I have a Masters in Game Design from Full Sail University and a Bachelors in Game Design and Simulation from Davenport University. I am well versed with many gaming technologies such as: Construct2, GameMaker Studio, Unity3D, and XNA/Monogames. I currently teach a full range of Game Design and Development classes at Davenport University, including Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Game Theory, Intro to Game Development, 2D Game Development, 3D Game Development, and Collaborative Game Development. I am also President / CEO / Producer of a small Indie Game Studio.