|TubeTwist: Quantum-Flux Edition (2006)||(Producer)|
|Orbz (2003)||(The Orbz Team)|
|Tiger Eye Part I: Curse of the Riddle Box (2010)||(Super Special Thanks!)|
Justin has been developing computer software for the last 19 years. His early development years started with text-based games on TRaSh-80's and slowly evolved into remakes of Pac-Man and Bersek on the Commodore 64. Starting work with his Dad's company at age 15 programming Lotus Symphony scripts, Justin's most recent engineering position had him designing and building next generation architectures for multi-million dollar web projects with the Microsoft .NET Platform.
Over his 17-year professional engineering career, Justin has held the titles of Senior Software Engineer, Lead Architect, and Development Manager for all forms of Windows-based projects including Win32 desktop applications, internet/intranet web sites, Win32/web hybrid applications, and high-volume server components. Justin's preferred development language is C++ but he can also work efficiently with C#, JScript, VB, ASP.NET and HTML. Throughout his career, Justin has worked with many Windows-based technologies and is well-versed in all versions of Microsoft operating systems and related products.
Justin's hard-core gaming history really started with the Atari 2600 and although other gaming platforms were used prior to the 2600, this machine really unlocked his addiction to gaming. Today, he owns enough video games and consoles to run his own second hand store.
Finding a profession which combined his passions for software development and the entertainment industry has been a life-long dream for Justin. This dream has finally been realized in his latest role as President of 21-6 Productions.
Source: 21-6 Productions company homepage
Last updated: Apr 30, 2005