In-Depth Project (Final Blog Post)

What is In-Depth? Your In-Depth project is an opportunity to experience learning about any topic (that you haven’t already mastered) so that you can potentially gain a valuable new skill, or gain an interest in a topic you never knew you had. What is my…

In-Depth Blog Post #6

Where am I now? Since my last blog post, I have written just under 500 more lines of code for a total of 1739 lines, compared to last week’s 1295 lines. I am nearly finished the second chapter of the game, and have completely finished…

In-Depth Blog Post #5

Where am I now? I am halfway finished the “demo” of the game. For the demo that I am planning to release, only 2 chapters of the game will be playable, with a sneak peek into the 3rd chapter. At the end of the 2nd…

In-Depth Blog Post #4

Where am I right now? I have finished the first chapter of the game, and am currently working on the second chapter of the game. I have recently been working on the battle aspect of the game, and have made very good progress in the…

In-Depth Blog Post #3

Where am I right now? Right now, I am still working on the first chapter of the game and building the framework for the rest of the game. While the idea that I am still on the first chapter of the game by February might…

In-Depth Blog Post #2

Disclaimer: Before you read this blog post, I would like to mention that I did not record any clips of me talking with my mentor as I did not know that I would need to further reference the meetings between me and my mentor, and…

In-Depth Blog Post #1

What is In-Depth? In the TALONS program, the In-Depth project is essentially the defining project of all of TALONS. It is a project that spans about 5 months, where you are able to learn about any field you want (preferably a field that you are…

How To Be A REAL Success: Blog Post

Session 1: Relationships What did you learn? “The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.” -Theodore Roosevelt Why did you choose to write about this? When I had heard this quote, I had thought about…