About Crimson R Games:
Crimson R Games was founded in 2012 by me(Aldo Pedro Rangel Montiel). It started just as a simple Blog(powered with Blogger) with some posts about programming, videogames and systems; since then I've been adding more content, like tutorials about technologies I use or find interesting or to show case some of the projects that I've been involved in some way or that are completely mine.
More recently in 2017, I've started to use Crimson R Games as the brand behind my games and apps and using this site as a portfolio of some of my work, while also keeping it as my development blog.
Ever since then I've been focusing more on development of other stuff instead of making the site bigger, however, in 2020 it was revamped according to newer technologies.
About the Author:
Hi! I'm Aldo Pedro Rangel Montiel, I'm a developer with a burning passion for building, imagining, creating and developing Games, Applications and systems.
I decided to become a programmer at the age of 6 mostly inspired by the Super Nintendo Game "Super Mario World"; that game fascinated me by all the variety of levels it had, the gameplay and the ability to explore a magical "World" through a TV screen, thus making me want to be able to create a "Worlds" of my own. Then my mother explained me that programmers where the ones that could create such worlds. Ever since then I was eager to learn how to program. Years passed and I was able to learn programming on my high school years since it was a technical specialization I could take(my high school was the CECyT 9 from the IPN, a Mexican educational institution).
Once I finished high school, I did my very first game: The Chronicles of Magastria: The Training. With it I learned the basics of game making, all this self taught by following tutorials and resources I could find on the internet at that time. The game was for the Blackberry Playbook and was uploaded to the Blackbetty Appworld.
Some time after I got my first job at the age of 19, due to economical issues I had to get a job at that age, fortunately, it was, at first a part time job as a Java developer. There I had the opportunity to explore and improve my skills on a wide variety of fields, allowing me to have a lot of experience in many different technologies and to grow along the industry, specially mobile. The things I've worked with/on thanks to this job(which is full time right now) are: Android and iOS apps(either native or with flutter), fullstack development (formerly angularjs, reactjs now and Java on the backend, postgresql database), games with Unity3D and Godot Engine, work with computer vision(OpenCV), data analysis(with Python, pandas, matplotlib, scikit-learn) and machine learning(tensorflow, keras).
Alongside with what I've learned and worked on on my job, I've also been working on personal and community projects. Crimson R Games and all it's products are part of it. If you're curious about the community projects I've contributed to I suggest you visit my github profile.
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