A Message From Me
Jason B. Bishop
Software developer, gamer, traveller
I am interested in almost all applications of software, but I really love gaming in particular. I have played on countless platforms starting with the Atari 2600, up to the current generation of consoles. I mostly game on PC now, as it has the widest variety of titles available. I am really excited about the current indie revolution in gaming, and I am trying to develop my own projects.
I am also an avid traveller and photographer. I have visited 45+ countries, and I am always looking for new adventures. Meeting people and experiencing civilizations from around the world provides a rich tasting of culture and perspective on life like no other endeavour. Feel free to check out my pics or ask me any questions.
So come on in, explore the site, and feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.
I've developed software in both C++ and Java. One project is a simulated interface for a gaming console which concentrates on UI elements of a well designed system. My most recent project is a small flashcard application for the Android platform.
I've made a number of games as school projects during my studies. I have learned all kinds of gaming related techniques, including basic gameplay, 3D drawing techniques, and AI behaviour patterns. Additionally, I created and designed all the graphical elements from scratch.
Places I've Lived
Living in another country is a great way to really experience a culture. I've lived in Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Mexico. Each one has left it's own unique and indelible mark.
World Trip I
My first trip around the world lasted for over a year. It really opened my eyes and changed my persepective of the world. It was sincerely a dream come true.
World Trip II
The second trip mostly focused on South and Central America, but was still a very valuable experience. It was again unforgettable, and full of even more new experiences.
Unsurprisingly, I've travelled even more! Countries like France, Japan, Australia, and more have also been fantastic individual adventures, with hopefully a lot more to come.