Hello Everyone

My name is Travis Stewart and I am a software developer interested in game development and web technologies. I have primarily used the libGDX Java game development framework and Unity game engine, but I am always working to pick up knowledge of new technologies. I have experience programming in C/C++, C#, Java, JavaScript and jQuery, and have some knowledge of PHP and Perl. My background is varied; I have worked on everything from large particle physics experiments and mass spectrometry, to technical writing.

My non-technical interests include a strong, if unfocused, interest in history. I enjoy the history of the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries, and have long been interested in the history, language, and culture of Japan (I took three Japanese language courses while an undergrad and really must get back to improving my language skills). Along with my historical interest I am also fascinated by folklore and storytelling, aspects I would like to incorporate into gaming. Finally, I greatly appreciate photography and art, especially night photography. Some examples of my photography can be seen on my Deviant Art profile.



Travis Stewart

E-Mail: travisstewart42@gmail.com

Twitter: @picofoundry

London, Ontario, Canada



  • C/C++
  • C#
  • Java
  • JavaScript/jQuery
  • Some experience with PHP and Perl

    Software and Platforms:

  • Unity
  • libGDX
  • Android development
  • RedDot and Wordpress CMS
  • Windows Unix/Linux systems


Carleton University

Pursed Master of Computer Science degree, incomplete for financial reasons

University of New Brunswick

Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Work Experience:

Technical Writer, BeneFACT Consulting Group 2010-Present

Preparing Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR & ED) tax credit applications. Each application involves different technologies requiring research to familiarize myself with a large variety of technologies in order to build strong applications that ensure companies maximize their SR & ED tax credit.

Communications Intern, University of Ottawa Heart Institute July 2009-August 2011

Performed a variety of tasks during the development of a new website for UOHI, including:

  • Edited and produced web content for the new University of Ottawa Heart Institute website
  • Managed content using RedDot CMS
  • Ensured UOHI teaching materials met style guidelines
  • Created video tutorials using Camtasia Studio


JD Picka, TD Stewart. A conduction-based statistic for description of orientation in anisotropic sphere packings. Powders and Grains 2005 Proceedings, Balkema, pp. 329-332, 2005

Peace, R., Stewart, T., Green, J.R., Smith, J., Analysis of Redundant Peaks in LC-MS/MS Datasets, IEEE International Workshop on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA), Ottawa, 30 April 1-May 2010. (Presenting author)