Adam HaaseAdam is a senior at Central Washington University, pursuing his B.S. in Computer Science. He's been programming on computers for two decades. His first computer was a TI-99/4a. In fact, he still does assembly programming for the TI using an emulator. He believes that vintage computers still have a lot to teach. Tthe best of programs, especially games, transcend their medium.
As a left-handed right-brained individual, Adam has a lot of breadth, and is always finding new depths of interest to study. Some of those interests include classic literature, marine biology, asian philosophy, and role-playing games. He plans on moving to the Seattle area when finished with school to pursue a career in software design.
First assembly project, a simple port from BASIC to assembly.
Current assembly project, converting a program from one assembly language to another.
A graphics project using the OpenGL glut interface and C/C++.