I haven't updated my resume since 1995. Jeez, have I really done that much stuff? I forgot that back in the early days, on Magic Candle III, my second title ever, I was the one who instigated the move from assembly to C and got our debugger up and running. A productivity/process geek even then.
My career move made blogged out...so I guess it's news.
Had some adventures in consulting this week:
I met with one studio - they brought me in because they wanted to hire me full time, but I tried to sell them some consulting anyway - and after discussing their process and technology at length decided they were kicking a lot of ass and didn't know if I could help them in any way.
And I'm doing some pro bono consulting for Strange Company, a machinima group in Scotland using Neverwinter Nights to make a feature-length machinima. The hardest thing is to find time when we're both awake to IM each other - we had a good session this morning, but then the cable guy came to fix my DVR, and in the process managed to knock out my broadband. Yay. Back online now. We're all fine here. How are you?
Which brings up a point - even if you're not in LA, and have no money, you might still be able to benefit from my services. Doesn't hurt to ask.