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Hull Computer Science student and cofounder of BetaJester. Follow me on twitter @adamb1234

Blog posts

Tranzfuser – Dev Blog #5 – Features

Since my post about the midway review two weeks ago, we’ve been very busy cracking on with filling up Here There Be Monsters to the brim with details and spectacle. Unfortunately that meant I forgot to blog about what we Read more →


Tranzfuser – Dev Blog #4 – Mid-way Review

We have now reached the halfway point of our Tranzfuser programme and Here There Be Monsters is really starting to take shape. Over the last five weeks we have navigated through the muddy waters of progress and raging tides of Read more →


Tranzfuser – Dev Blog #3 – Team Building

Week 3 of Tranzfuser has been all about finding people to flesh out the skill range of our team. While the four initial members have skills in development and composition, we lacked any skills in the form of design or 3D Read more →


Tranzfuser – Dev Blog #0 – Prologue

You may have noticed I’ve been absent from this blog since Christmas. With numerous events, expo’s, meetings, contracts and having to move house twice, I unfortunately did not find any time to blog about the work I’ve been up to. That being Read more →


An Indie Christmas …

Twas the week before Christmas and all through the house Not a peripheral was stirring, not even a mouse! To a family party the developer had gone To talk of Christmas and gaming from dusk until dawn. When a Read more →


Starting up: Three key pieces of advice

This article was originally posted on Microsoft.com here. I’m reposting now for my own followers and for anyone interested who missed it the first time! Since starting a business I’ve had a few people ask me for advice and information about how Read more →


Microsoft UK Blog – Why you should become a Microsoft Student Partner

This was originally posted on Microsoft UK Developers under the title “Why You Should Become a Microsoft Student Partner” at http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/developers/articles/week03sep15/why-you-should-become-a-microsoft-student-partner/ Students, now is the time to apply to become a Microsoft Student Partner for 2015/16. I’m writing this article to Read more →