Shana Markham

Shana believes in the complex glory of the swiss army knife. If there is something interesting, then you might as well play with it. At an early age, she saw computer programming as an art, and game programming as the impossibly cool black art. For at least a decade, she has poured over books and destroyed her eyes with the glare of computer and television screens, determined to learn that black art. In college, she began to focus on artificial intelligence systems and their applications to entertainment, thanks to a Zelda-loving advisor. In her free time, Shana plays with whatever has her attention, including writing, models and miniatures, rules-heavy games, and furry animals. There is no greater joy than learning something new and being able to apply it, except maybe sweet tea and real barbeque.



Educational History

BA Computer Science, Minors in Mathematics and English Huntingdon College
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