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TJ-Michael
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TJ-Michael

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    Gender:
    male
    Birthday:
    Jul 4, 1994 (Age: 29)
    Location:
    Somewhere in the Mediterranean
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    Hi, I'm TJ. It's short for my Tomer-Johnathan, so it's up to you if you prefer TJ or Tomer.<br />
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    I'm a software engineer with 4 years professional experience working with C++. Most of my work was in the field of &quot;Serious Games&quot; (a term I despise). I've done research into VR Motion Sickness, and published two papers on the subject. I've also got some experience with C# and Unity. In a past life I did some hobby work with Java, FPS-Creator, Source, Game Maker, and Stencyl, but that was a looong time ago, and I never really dove deep into any of them.<br />
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    After doing this job for 4 years, I've quit so I can start university in October. I'll be majoring Mathematics and Computer Science (though I might drop the math part later). <br />
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    A long time ago I was a dumb middle-schooler running around the internet calling myself djtjj (*barf*). I used to hang out in forums like the old SFGHQ and SCD. If I'm being honest: I acted like an a-hole back then, I am really sorry about that. I was twelve at the time, but sheesh, there are better ways to be twelve then that.<br />
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    Back then I worked on a really dumb fangame called &quot;GUN&quot;, an FPS from the perspective of a generic SA2 goon. Even that description gives the idea too much credit. It was just godawful. I do not know what the hell I was thinking back then. <br />
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    Other then that, me and some other dude tried doing a fangaming newsletter for awhile there, but we only lasted about an issue and a half.<br />
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    As far as I can tell, I more or less quit the sonic community around 2007-8.<br />
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    If you knew me back then, well... I'm just really sorry for the way I acted when I was a teen, no other way to say it. More than open about rehashing this old stuff if anyone wants too, still got plenty of apologizing left to do.