I am a productive and motivated software developer, that draws on strengths of creativity, experience, technical skills, and problem-solving abilities. And I love kitties… rawr.
I am constantly learning and solving problems. Simply put, I enjoy creating something new and innovative, it’s what I do. I enjoy creating something new and innovative, it’s what I do.. For me, it doesn’t matter the programming language I’m developing into, the IDE (paper and pencil… even a napkin is fine!), or where I’m at (beach is great)… I just love what I do.
This isn’t just a tech blog about programming, it is about me: my life and interests: I will never be solely on the topic of tech. One day, fishing… the next hour could be running, the next day could be…. kitties! Next month could be about mathematics, while the next minute or so could be about love. My objective… having fun!
About Ryan Sadwick
I started with BASIC, my first program being a text adventure game about Tom Thumb, which was my final book report project in middle school. We were given many options on how to present the report, I opted to develop a computer game.
As I went on through high school, I developed games such as Pong Kombat 2 with my best friend, Arturo Aquino. In college, I animated a few short films such as “The Adventures of Giblet” and “Drive on Mars“.
I decided to take a different turn in my career and started developing e-learning software for America Online, AT&T, AutoNation, and Thomas Delmar Learning. The experience and team I worked with were great and we all learned a lot during that time, mainly because Flash was evolving into a great platform for e-learning applications.
Hmmm, does this picture almost look like the Tom Thumb game I developed?!
Later, I went on to build my own company, drawing on the experiences that I’ve gained. I built custom video software from the ground up for a network of radio stations and other talent, such as animators and actors. I was also extremely interested in developing for the mobile phone platform. Out came a tip app and… several more apps are on their way to the app market!
From e-learning to video software… to Android apps and print software, my objective still remains the same… to paint on a blank canvas and having fun along the way!