Author Archives: Wes J.

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MBA Finance Report

Here is the Final Report I wrote for the Finance class I recently finished. I forgot to do the recommendations section of the paper, but breaking your collar bone the day before the paper is due will do that. Other … Continue reading

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California Agriculture Game

A friend of mine and I are developing a resource management game that educates players about how water is used in California agriculture. California is viewed from outsiders solely as the location of Silicon Valley and Hollywood, and not much … Continue reading

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MBA Enterpreneurship Report

I am currently working on an MBA, and for the program you choose a company to use as a case study. I have been using Activision Blizzard, the makers of such games as World of Warcraft and Call of Duty … Continue reading

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Unity Prototypes (Gibson)

Last spring as I was developing the curriculum for my Digital Game Design course, I decided to adopt Jeremy Gibson’s “Introduction to Game Design, Prototyping, and Development using Unity and C#” as the textbook. I went through the prototypes in … Continue reading

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Programming with Unity, Norco College

During the Summer of 2015 I took an online course through Norco College on Video Game Programming to better prepare myself for the classes I would be teaching during the 2105-16 school year. The course is part of Norco’s Game … Continue reading

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Renovation

In an effort to improve my internet presence and my overall “brand”, I’ve decided to rededicate myself to this blog. I have several projects juggling in the air at the moment, and I’ll be dissecting and explaining them as I … Continue reading

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The Lives of Tao, by Wesley Chu

During a recent excursion to the good ol’ Barnes and Noble, I came across this book. You must read it. Mostly you must read it so Mr. Chu can quit his day job and hurry up and right a sequel … Continue reading

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