Deftware Industries is a one-man-show wielding two decades of programming experience. While rehearsed primarily in the technology-side of developing video games, many-a-foray into tangential fields of study and disciplines in computer-science have also been embarked upon over the years.
I've had experience with, and acquired know-how while: developing embedded electronics systems, fabricating precision CNC machined parts for optics/medical/military applications, reverse engineering software at the machine level, developing software/hardware graphics rendering systems, developing scripting languages and interpreters/virtual machines/compilers/etc, music composition and audio signal processing/mixing/synthesis/etc, procedurally generating graphics and video game assets, and more!
My skills and abilities have led to being offered positions of employment within the tech industry that most would blindly accept with abandon. I consistently turn these offers down because programming is not something I look at as a trade skill with which I can make myself valuable as an employee. For me programming has always represented a way of life with which I will make my own way, realize my own vision, and directly create value - all while cutting out the profit-driven employer 'middle-man'.
I am a creative problem solver with a penchant for building complicated and concise systems, and constantly seek out the what-and-where that applying my unique skill set is of value to others. While I am thoroughly a fan of free-and-open-source-software, as both a husband and father of two I have invested too much of my time and energy, and the time and energy of my family on my skills and projects to give them away freely. I aim only to create software whose value is recognizable as being worth at least the humble price I ask for as compensation for its use.
What gives me a sense of purpose and achievement in life is solving the unsolved problems of the world by pioneering new methods and means; obviating, antiquating, and upsetting the archaic established ways of doing things - for the better. I wish to make the world a better place in the ways I best know how - through technological innovation and serving as inspiration.
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