About Me

Chris NashJust a few words about me to get things started. I’m Chris Nash, a software engineer currently living in California’s Central Coast area and happily working for a gaming company in San Francisco. My interests in software development and modern video gaming will form a large part of this blog, but be ready to see some personal posts, opinions, and, who knows what else?

I’ve been doing this for quite a while, with a career that began in video gaming back in the days of the Super NES, through such diverse development jobs in kitchen and bathroom design, document management, GPS navigation, and finally finding my way back to gaming with PhoenixAge in 2012, where I specialize in backend server and database coding and Android client development. I’m English by birth; a graduate in Mathematics from Trinity Hall, Cambridge University; I enjoy reading when I get the chance; mostly I like to spend time with my wife on those occasions where we both have time away from our careers.

Welcome to my blog, and thanks for taking the time to visit. You can connect with me on Twitter as @lymblog.

 

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3 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Hi Chris,

    My name is Ogi and I’m the owner of FirstSiteGuide where I’m creating tutorials to help people get online in 30 minutes.

    I would love to ask you for permission to translate your Instant Breadcrumbs plugin found at http://loseyourmarbles.co/2013/12/instant-breadcrumbs-wordpress/ and help our readers of different communities to use it in their own language?
    I can translate it to my native Serbian language.

    Please let me know if its alright by you.

    Best Regards,
    Ogi Djuraskovic
    firstsiteguide.com

    1. Hi there Ogi and nice to meet you! I would love some help with the plugin translations, thank you so much for the offer! I will go ahead and write to you with some help and information to get you started! Thanks again!

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