name: john allwinehome: bozeman, mtmakerspace:children’s museum of bozeman steamlabday job: this doesn’t have a straight forward answer for me. i’m really a software developer, but that hasn’t been my focus for several years. the last couple years i managed the steamlab at the children’s museum of bozeman, teaching classes to kids around 3d printing, electronics, and coding among other things steam related. i also taught a couple semesters of computer graphics at montana state university in their computer science department. i’ve taken miscellaneous programming jobs to fill the gaps but nothing long term as i’ve wanted to focus on my own projects. that all came after leaving my position as a visual effects artist at dreamworks animation and before that i was a software developer at o’reilly media. now i’m trying my hand at blogging about my projects while taking on various programming jobs as needed.how’d you get started making?my math teacher in 6th grade introduced me to programming by demonstrating the classic monkey and the hunter physics problem. the problem involves a hunter aiming his blow gun at a monkey hanging from a tree. the monkey sees the hunter and lets go of the branch immediately as the hunter shoots his dart. the question is, does the hunter hit the monkey? the physics works out that the hunter will always hit the monkey, no matter how hard...