David Wallace Croft
I have accepted employment as a Software Developer with Whoola to work on the Peer-to-Peer Virtual Reality Learning Environments project.
Please see my résumé.
I am a Founder and the Secretary of the Dallas Area Neuroscience Group (DANG).
I am a member of the Student Game Developer Association.
I wrote the book Advanced Java Game Programming.
I established GameSpawn Inc. to further my interest in Open Source Java games.
As I am an advocate of pure, portable cross-platform Java programming, I am a member of the Java Lobby, a society dedicated to keeping the Java programming language portable and open.
I've been writing computer games and other applications as a hobby since I was 12-years-old (1980) and I've accumulated a lot of old code which you are welcome to browse if you think you might benefit from it. If so, feel free to visit my old source code repository.
From 5th grade until my senior year, I attended the Abilene, Texas grades schools Austin Elementary, Madison Junior High, and Cooper High School.
You are welcome to browse some of my old academic assignments.
I am a Student Senator in the Student Government Association (SGA) at the University of Texas at Dallas. I am also a Representative and the Webmaster of the Graduate Student Council (GSC).
My research archives are online.
See also the chronology of my works online.
Research areas include:
Please see my campaign web page.
I serve as a Libertarian Party of Texas State Libertarian Executive Committee (SLEC) representative for state senatorial district 9.
I also serve as the Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer of the Libertarian Party of Denton County Texas.
I am hoping to start a student organization for Libertarians at UT Dallas.
I am a member of HOMAGE.
I am an Optihumanist.
I am a Founder and the Secretary of the Humanist Church of North Texas (formerly the Freethought Fellowship).
I am also a Founder and the Treasurer of the Society for Universal Immortalism (formerly the Transhumanist Church).
As a transhumanist, I believe that future technologies such as nanotechnology will one day permit us to live forever. I have made arrangements with the Alcor Life Extension Foundation for cryotransport upon my death.
I am a member of the American Humanist Association.
I recently became a member of the all-volunteer democratic organization Atheist Alliance International.
I am a Physical Determinist; I do not believe that there is any inherent randomness in the physics of the universe.
I am confounded by how a universe could come to exist from null.
My Family Web is available.
Thinking of sending me a gift for my birthday or the holidays? Check out my Wish List.
My archives directory contains some of my earlier online publications that I am no longer updating.
For a list of my online publications in reverse chronological order, see my chronology.
Links to my online source code and articles can also be found from the CroftSoft Library index.