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Why I Always Respond to Recruiters

My first interaction with a technical recruiter was during my second co-op placement (internship) at Relic Entertainment in 2007. We had individual phones and company extensions, and occasionally we would use it to call a colleague when we expected them

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On Valve

The following is an opinion piece – I wanted to write up my thoughts on Valve through the various perspectives I’ve seen them through. I originally planned to write and post this earlier in the year, prompted by the Steam

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The Chaos of Memory Corruption

I had the pleasure of working on Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II Chaos Rising, and fixed a tricky bug involving memory corruption. It was a bit funny since the title had a ‘corruption system’ as a gameplay feature. The

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10 years since college

10 years ago I started taking a ‘game programming program’ at CDIS (Center for Digital Imaging and Sound). I was taking my first serious class on learning C++. I met great people like Jason Filsinger, Dan Read, Jeremy Hardy, Ash

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