Why Code a Game?
December 15, 2021
Roger is a US Army and US Navy veteran. The founder and CEO of Code-Fusion. Earned a bachelors in Computer Information Systems with an emphasis in Computer Forensics, and dual masters in Information System Management and Project Management. 15+ years as an educator, and a lifetime with a love of technology. Tech journey started in 1982 on a VIC-20 computer, and as a lifelong learner, continues every day.
I was on a school project team at a coding bootcamp. On my team was a strong personality developer. They were adament about not taking on a game as a project because it had no real world application to thier career trajectory. This was something that I was confused about but did not say anything. Fast-forward a few months on a new project team we decided to take on a game. I was hesitant at first because of my first team experience. It turned out to be great decision to jump into coding a game. There are so many additional complexities when coding out a game. The additional challenges and the idea of playing something that I made added a bit of 'extra' to the game. Don't be afraid to get a game on your github profile.
Go for the extra complexity!
We are Official
December 8, 2021
The process of getting a school up and running in Texas is not a simple matter. There are hundreds of pages of documents to comb though, countless articles and passages that need to be interpreted, and a host of other challenges. Code-Fusion started this process in March of 2021 and after a lot of blood, sweat, some tears, in November of 2021 we were approved by the Texas Workforce Comission.
Stay tuned for upocoming classes