What's up all my dudes and dudettes! So I had a blog all typed up, but it seems that it got deleted :cry: Oh well I guess I'll just have t re type it out then. So what I'm going to talk about is how lit this semester has been and just how much I got done in it. To tell ya'll the truth it got pretty tough at some points with homework and programming but I pushed through it and got it done!
After a few semesters of studying Advancing Computer Science here at UAT, I learned that there was more to computers and programming than just knowing languages like C++, Java, or Python. Programmers tend to forget that people will be seeing the end product, and while something can be mechanically successful, it also needs to be designed successfully. I started taking Human-Computer Interaction classes along with my Computer Science classes, and found the two programs to be highly compatible and almost necessary.
Greetings and salutations everyone!
My journey to UAT began a bit later than many. After high school I already had a job that paid pretty decently but after doing it for years I realized it wasn’t what I wanted to do with my life. So I began searching for schools, with my chosen field of study: Game Design and Programming. Programming of course was pretty easy, but game degrees are still comparatively rare.