If you're strapped for time, just watch this video walkthrough (2m19s).
The last 5 years
I've been regularly streaming on Twitch since September, 2015. This consisted of two major endeavors:
- Bot Land (2015-2020), an automated strategy game
- The AcAdamy (2020), a premium education site to host courses and blog posts that I create
The reason I mention this is because you can get a glimpse into almost any work day in that time to see exactly how I approach development and communication:
You may even stumble on one where I was frustrated or unproductive; that's part of being a developer and I did nothing to censor those.
|Project name||Year(s)||Description||Main technologies used|
|Bot Land||2015-2020||An automated strategy game||Node.js, React, PixiJS, AWS|
|Godot Shooter RPG (play, view course)||2020||A shooter RPG and its corresponding course to teach the Godot game engine||GDScript, Godot|
|The AcAdamy||2020||My site for selling courses and hosting blog posts||Node.js, React, Firebase|
|NES ROM||2020||An NES game about being a sheep rancher||6502 assembly|
|Minecraft plug-in||2020||A Twitch-controlled battle-royale game within Minecraft||Java, Kotlin|
|Discord bot||2020||A bot to handle the monetization of Adam Learns||Node.js|
|Keyiano||2019||A side project for being able to type English words on a piano||Node.js|
- I've taken extensive notes over the last ~7-8 years. Even though a technology may not be directly listed in the projects above, you can get a good idea of what I've used by how many notes there are (although some notes are now part of paid courses on The AcAdamy).
- I have a blog.
- I love April Fool's Day: