“We all try to be the best by having Michelangelo’s motivation as the central figure.”
VisualShower is a rocket with unlimited momentum travelling through the endless universe with the right elites.
Here is an introduction to some of the people who have been with us for more than three years:
Mason majored in Computer Science and graduated from Yonsei University. He has worked with us as a client programmer and participated in: Jump Paradise, Pandadog Game Party, White Island Series, Beyond the Bounds Series, Beat and Hit, and all others developed since 2007. Mason is one of VisualShower’s start-up members whose goal is to become an omnidirectional program developer not limited by a specific genre or platform.
Jay has many talents. He was once a stage actor before joining VisualShower and is knowledgeable in many different fields. Because of his broad knowledge, some non-programing work passes through his hands, but his main role is to build and manage the server, as well as network online systems.
Networking module, Visual Shower homepage, all sorts of portals, the company’s infra system homepage development, Mail server, FTP server, Web server, Tracker system, and Platform V are all made possible by his participation.
A guy named Gabriel who loves gaming so much was inspired by the VisualShower team, all working hard towards a common goal, and decided to join and share his vision with us. Since he has joined VisualShower, he has participated in PokePoke, Pandadoc Mini Game, White Island Series, Pandadoc Game Party, Beat and Hit, Beat & Hit for Kakao, Beyond the Bounds Series, Antsholic, Ants Pang, and VisualShower’s art work. He has now become a leader of the Style Team and has frequently been asked to lecture from KGC. Gabriel is gaining quite a reputation as an art director in the Korean gaming industry.
Jake from the programmer OJT 5 class joined VisualShower as client programmer, and since 2010 holds the record for one million downloads in the shortest time period. He did the main programing for the Simple apps series and Ant-holic, and took assumed the main role for the maintenance and debugging of the Pandadoc Game Party, White Island Series, and Beat & Hit for Kakao. Jake, whose ambition is to have his name in the encyclopedia, is participating in VisualShower’s middleware development.
Justin is the most diligent programmer from VisualShower’s OJT course. Since he officially joined VisualShower in 2011, he has gradually widened his field from small projects, like the Simple App series, to main projects, such as Beyond the Bounds and Beat & Hit for Kakao. He is strong-spirited and always willing to take on challenges, making things work out that seem nearly impossible. Justin continues to grow as a valuable programing engineer of VisualShower, and recently participated in the design of the Platform V module.