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A Youngster's Development Journal



Congratulations On Getting Through 2013

Posted by JayDaniels, 08 January 2014 · 387 views

Hello again all, and welcome to 2014 :D!! Better late than never I suppose. Last Wednesday was the mark of the new year, the Wednesday before that was Christmas. It's been 2 weeks since I've posted anything. Over the break I looked into taking some art workshops and began vigorously filling up my sketchbook... but not quite enough yet to be able to say mu...


The Nerd Mafia

Posted by JayDaniels, 18 December 2013 · 440 views

Hi there, it's JayDaniels again (again). Today marks the end of the 2013 school year! I can't begin to express the joy associated with not needing to do any homework until next year... because I actually do have assignments due after the break. It's quite painful. I don't get to see most of my friends for 2 weeks, my girlfriend has left the country, I'm a...


When Your Homework is Making A Game

Posted by JayDaniels, 13 December 2013 · 402 views

Hi everyone, it's me again. As much as I wanted to do this on a weekly basis, so I'd never run out of content and I'd always leave my readers in a constant state of anticipation, I lost a coin flip to myself (never call tails) and I really wanted to post another entry... a real entry... an entry that talks about more than just myself, that may one day be...


The First of Many

Posted by JayDaniels, 11 December 2013 · 321 views
beginner, high school
Hello everyone, allow me to introduce myself. I am JayDaniels, a teenager from the land of Canada. I decided I would start a development journal not explicitly about developing a game... but about developing... oneself. Very deep I know. I'm aware that very few of you are going to take me seriously after that, but let's get down to business.

By oneself I...





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