I'm an undergraduate with the CS department. I hope to go into the entertainment industry working when I finish my undergrad. I have an awful lot of C# development experience.
I've been developing the MFM software since December 2013, so I may be able to answer any questions. Also, tell me if you encounter any bugs. You may download and build the software from source at my github.
September 8, 2014
I've found a solution to the new Shark Week challenge. Here is the mfs file
September 22, 2014
I made my Street and Intersection Elements over the weekend. They're pretty cool! I also made a tutorial for avoiding circular dependencies
which may be useful for some people making Elements. By the way, I would love to pump the histogram of the CheckerFork Elements into Minecraft. It looks like it makes interresting terrain.
* October 2, 2014
* October 6, 2014
* October 20, 2014
* November 3, 2014
My abstract has been merged with the rest of my paper, Here
* November 24, 2014
is what my paper looks like now.
* December 8, 2014
is a tar of my final project, here
is a tar of my final paper (named example.pdf), here
is a tar of my presentation, and here
is a tar of my researcher presentation. This should sum up the work I did this semester!