After 15 or so years of online gaming, I’ve decided to start cutting back. Here’s why.
With as much as I went through in past year, you could not pay me to redo 2018.
When you think about it, most people have projects rotting in version control. In fact, I’m willing to bet we all have a GitHub Graveyard.
When I think about potential research projects, video games always come to mind. Since playing the Phantasy Star series, I’ve become interested in procedural spell generation.
As an avid gamer, I find that matchmaking systems can often make or break my experience with a game. As an effort to improve these systems, I’m toying with the idea of working on them for my PhD.
With grad school just around the corner, I figured now would be a good time to start experimenting with research ideas. Up first, Augmented Reality Music Education!
Welcome to the June 2018 Newsletter. Last month was quite productive, so let’s see a recap. June 2018 Digest In May, I published 18 articles (not including last month’s update): …
What do you do during a quiet week? For me, it’s a mix of Overwatch, writing, and watching Pittsburgh Penguins hockey.
This week’s update marks my 50th article since I started blogging. How exciting is that?! Let’s celebrate this momentous achievement.
The official PC build guide of The Renegade Coder. In this article, we’ll walk through the process of PC building.