I finally decided to improve this site! I'm getting rid of the default theme and making it a bit more interesting, making it more coder friendly.  

I've chosen the Wazi Habari theme to work off of. It's simple, and brings content to the forefront.  That said, it's lacking in a decent sidebar, social header, decent footer, and a search system.  So I'm cannibalizing parts of the Charcoal theme, which I've done already with the menu up top. I did rip out the Charcoal search, though it needs to be seriously reformated. I also need to rework the search result page.  

Another reason I like this theme is that it actually has page numbers.  You can more easily navigate between previous posts instead of having to hit back many times until you get to where you want.   

The new code block color scheme is based off of the Sublime Text  base16-eighties-dark, and will be undergoing more work.  As a coder I'll try to make the code block a little more useful than it is.  I've at least made sure the page expands a bit more to make room for the content.  I'm also using the monospace font stack from CSS-Tricks.  

I'm trying to make this site more modern and clean, bringing the content to attention.   This means I have to improve the formatting of the content, and possibly make some tools to help me with that.  

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The changes you see thus far are in alpha, please feel free to give me feedback on the direction of this site. :) 

IllFonic

I figure since I posted about my last company, IllFonic deserves of it's own recognition.

IllFonic was for a while a small startup company that's been around since 2007, having it's ups and downs as their publisher and partner, THQ, went under.  They've been trying to find their place in the industry since, and I'm happy to say I'm lucky to be here.  Nothing is announced yet, but IllFonic has been working on a number of contracts and has steadily grown from about 10 to 40 people in a year!  This company is going places, as shown by their skilled use of CryENGINE that attracts contractors.   

I'm a mid-level gameplay programmer, and only time will tell what other cool things I'll get to work on while I'm here.  Because I think it's safe to say, even the founders have been surprised at what has come their way.  

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