What I did
As a student at DigiPen Institute of Technology, my greatest interest was in graphics programming. So much so that one of our projects in which we made a primitive 3D rendering pipeline entirely in software was so intriguing to me that I chose to take it well beyond the course requirements.
What I learned
- Webkit browsers come standard with a decent set of development tools built right in, including a great debugger and profiler. It’s actually quite an advanced environment. Clearly, there are web developers who use these tools every day. Otherwise, I can’t imagine how such a thorough toolset magically appeared.
- Most importantly, I learned how much there is to learn. I still know nothing of this so called jQuery business. Maybe one of these days I’ll actually get a good idea, and make a iOS web app.
Is this useful?
Hobbies, as I refer to them, are only differentiated from work in that no one gives me money for them (yet)↩