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New Dev Log

Posted by Jon Wood on Apr 13, 2006  | Comments

New Dev Log -

Pirates of the Burning Sea has released another new Developer Log. This one comes from the keyboard of "New QA Guy", andrewb. As usual, we've presented a small sample of the log, for the whole thing, click the link below.


The Good: Being talked into posting my first (and hopefully not last) Devlog. The Bad: I have to follow Isildur's fantastic post about the economy The Ugly: The condition of the torn-up roads at the bottom of Queen Anne hill…they’re making my car cry... and it ain’t pretty.

I suppose an introduction is in order. My name is Andrew Binder and I am the test lead here at Flying Lab Software. I have been testing, test-leading, test-managing, games for a little over 12-years now. I cut my QA teeth at Dynamix in Eugene, Oregon (Aces of the Pacific, Red Baron, Trophy Bass, Starsiege, Tribes, etc), took a turn at Tiburon (Madden 00), swung through Microsoft (Zoo Tycoon franchise), and now I have come to hang my tricorn here at FLS. I have likely been a geek and a technophile from the day I opened my eyes and could recognize the beauty that is a blinking LED. My mother humored my need and through her and the rest of my family I got the original Atari PONG, a Magnavox Odyssey, the Atari 2600, a VIC-20, and a 386-DX25 as my first "modern" computer while I was in college. My contributions (via paper routes and other odd jobs) to this mess were a Colecovision, a Vectrex, and my pride-and-joy Apple IIe. I won’t even try to list the various and sundry blinking, building, battery operated, toys that used to lie around our house in various states of dismantlement (I was *that* kid who would get a $100 toy for Christmas, spend one day playing with it, and months taking it apart and then trying to put it back together- usually unsuccessfully. Personality clue – I’ve been in test for 12-years). Now that I am older and “wiser” I try to reserve my destructive tendencies for software, and the odd home repair job (sorry honey...).

Read it all, here.

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