Joshua Grams

I’ve been a pretty serious mostly-hobby programmer since my family got our first computer in 1993 (when I was 13). I’ve messed with tons of different programming languages, from assembly languages to Haskell, as well as writing my own toy languages. I built my own GNU/Linux system from source for a while. I’ve tried a bunch of different game engines and libraries (though mostly the more programmer-oriented ones, and I’ve never gotten around to trying Unity).

Since 2007 I have been a full-time small farmer in Vienna, ME and do programming and gamedev as a hobby.

I’m demonstrating a bunch of games by family and friends at the Nor’Easter 2018 expo in Bangor.