How the Tech Industry Discourages Multi-Passionates

I wrote a post a few weeks ago about how I sometimes regret specializing in a front end development framework. Mainly because I inadvertently pigeonholed myself into work with outdated technology. What I realized I might have been accidentally implying in that post is that the tech industry therefore prefers multi-passionate people. I wanted to […]

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Why I Don’t Make Art For a Living: How Capitalism Kills Creativity

I’ve been writing a lot about game development and coding so far on the blog, and I wanted to mix things up a bit, especially because I initially created this blog with the help of a book called Renaissance Business by Emilie Wapnick. I discovered her after listening to her amazing TED talk . Basically […]

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Which MOOC has the best game development courses?

Last week I wrote a post about why I don’t think that a game development degree is worth it. However, that does not mean I don’t believe there are good educational materials out there online. About two years ago I enrolled in a Game Development Specialization on Coursera offered by Michigan State University. At the […]

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Follow Up Resources | Why I Miss the Nineties Internet

Following up from my article “Why I Miss the Nineties Internet” here are some useful resources if you’re interested in getting involved in the net art space or want to take a look at some old school websites for yourself. https://archive.org/web/ The Wayback Machine allows you to search URL’s from the past and see screenshots […]

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