Bio

Name

Bradley Stone

About

A 24 year old highly determined, dependable and well driven computer games programming graduate that excels at programming, team work, game development and problem solving skills, and who is enthusiastic to develop games and software within the computing industries.

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I enjoy attending technology and gaming expos, developing games in timed game jam events, watching movies and listening to various music genres. Furthermore, I enjoy regular sporting activities, going to the gym and travelling to new and different places. I also love to code, if that’s not apparent.

Technical Skills

Programming Languages Software
  • C++ / C
  • C#
  • Java
  • Direct3D / OpenGL APIs
  • HLSL / GLSL vertex, fragment and compute shaders
  • Python
  • PHP
  • JavaScript, jQuery / AJAX
  • SQL / MySQL
  • HTML & CSS
  • Visual Studio
  • Eclipse
  • IntelliJ
  • Unreal Engine 4
  • Unity
  • XNA / MonoGame
  • Source Control (SVN, Git, Perforce, Synergy)
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Android SDK
  • WebMatrix
  • Autodesk 3DS Max

Experience

Rockstar North LogoRockstar North
Game Tools Programmer
April 2017 – Present

A part of the engine team at Rockstar North.

  • Promoted from Junior Engine Programmer in April 2017.

Involved Projects:
Red Dead Redemption 2


Rockstar North Logo Rockstar North
Junior Engine Programmer
August 2015 – April 2017

A part of the engine team at Rockstar North.


Blackberry-Logo BlackBerry
Software Development Intern
July 2013 – July 2014

This was a year long internship role which consisted of me helping to develop, maintain and improve the 3G protocol stack (UMTS Access Stratum) used within BlackBerry devices. I was also contributing towards the development of released and un-released devices throughout the year and assigned to design, develop and maintain in-house tools which other employees used frequently day-to-day.


University-of-Derby University of Derby
Lab Assistant
January 2015 – May 2015

As a laboratory assistant at the University of Derby, it was my job to assist the lecturer in the teachings of a graphics programming module to lower year students. This led to responsibilities such as helping students understand graphic concepts, assisting in trivial code errors and answering questions. I also had the responsibility of examining students work for marking and giving preliminary grades to the students, based on my own observations.

Education

University-of-Derby University of Derby
BSc (Hons) Computer Games Programming
First Class Honours
September 2011 – June 2015


SouthEssexCollege South Essex College
BTEC Level 3 National Diploma Media Production (Games Development)
Triple Distinction – Equivalent to 3 A* A Levels
September 2009 – June 2011