This is a series about making a game/interactive app simulating a company of British Light Infantry during the American Revolution. It will be used for education purposes by the reenacting group portraying the 4th “King’s Own” Regiment of Foot, and available for others to use as well. It is still…

At an interview recently, I was asked to show off an app that I had already made, and then to explain how I would implement various changed to the functionality of the app. The project I ended up showing off was an app for costume designers, written with Ruby on…

A nice thing about learning a new programming language is geeking out about features you’ve never seen before. As writing this post, I am nearly a complete novice at C++, and that means I get to experience everything for the first time. …

To better prepare myself for a job interview, I recently decided to try C#. Having already learned some C and a little C++, I figured it wouldn’t be too difficult. When learning a new language, I like to start with something like Codecademy, which gived basic instructions in a built…

This is Part 1 of a series of posts I intend to write, in which I plan, and ultimately comment on, an educational game about British Light Infantry in the American Revolution.

When I started learning to code, I began with Harvard’s CS50 online course. Due to Covid, there was…

There is a team building game that everyone who works with children has done. In this game, one person is designated a “sandwich maker”, and is given a loaf of bread (sliced if the leaders of the game are nice, unsliced if not), a knife or two, and the fixings…

I am sure that my story is nothing new. A young adult, several years into their post university professional life, decides that their chosen career isn’t working. They consider their options, consider their own skill set and the needs of the labor market, and start down a new career path…

Eli Huebner

I taught high school history for 4 years, before pivoting to software development in search of something more creative.

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