I'm a M.Sc from the Computer Science department at Aalborg University in Denmark. I've studied game development at DADIU, as part of my specialization in games on the master degree and specialized in HCI.
Currently I'm the Project leader of BZS and I'm coding for the mod.
I blog a bit on moddb when it is related to the mod or personal experience which I find useful for the game community.
To read more about my study experience and other project, see www.ringhauge.dk
Did you notice the amount of updates to BZSmod this year? No?
Maybe you noticed a small change in the Trello board, because that is what I came around to do.
It is not good enough, if I was my own boss I would fire myself. But Angel and Joshua do not really want to be the leader of BZSmod, so it is... sigh, I will just have to work harder!
Working for miga-tro-nic (ignore dashes) has been wonderful, I probably would like to rewrite all the code of BZSmod to meet my new standard, but then nothing would be completed.
It is a place where I have been able to develop my skills with programming and beyond. Reading hardware schematics and writing drivers has been a new topic this year; if the RCI I/O does not work, then I might be to blame :D
It has also been a year where I could appreciate my workplace by comparing it with other friends workplaces, and I have come value the benefits which are not part of my salary. This too makes me want to engage more in a successful development and maintaining my job, as a good work environment can be hard to come by.
Apparently there are multiple companies with millions in profits, that does not care as much for its workers as they do at miga-tro-nic.
It does poses a challenge though.
Despite my wife considers me more calm and less stressed compared to the days of studying at the university, I have little or no interest when I am home to work on anything. There is house maintenance (and a big 20.000$ energy renovation), dinner, cleaning, etc. and getting home between 18:00-18:30 and planned bedtime around 22:00 leaves little time for my sparetime projects, not to forget work-related skills development.
It is rather tragic that I finally have improved considerably with my programming skills, that I have less time and energy to work on BZSmod.
But it leaves me with a choice, do I endure the challenge or do I pass it to someone else.
I have no desire to leave BZSmod behind, but holding the flag high and cheering won't accomplish anything on its own.
I think it is time to set some deadlines and either meet them or move on.
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