I work at a management company overseeing operations of 6 McDonald's around town. My official job title is Advanced Analytics and Computer Programming Specialist. The first half of my title means that I develop algorithms for optimizing restaurant efficiency as well as marketing strategies. The second half of my title pertains to developing/updating our own mobile app that is tied to the Bluetooth beacons in each restaurant, which broadcast new promotions, coupon QR codes, etc.
Bethesda has released their official mod creation tool set for Fallout 4, named "Creation Kit", for PC as part of the game's 1.5 Update. The Creation Kit can be downloaded using the Bethesda.net Launcher. Users will be able to create custom mods for the game and upload them to share with the community. Players will be able to search through the mod library and download any mod via the game's start menu. Mod support and access to the library will be available to Xbox One gamers sometime next month (no specific date was given), as well as to PS4 players in June.
Mods already developed and uploaded can be viewed without having to go into the game via here.
Bethesda has announced that Fallout 4's second DLC expansion, "Wasteland Workshop", will arrive on April 12th on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. As it's name suggests, the new DLC expands and improves Fallout 4's settlement workshop mode. Along with more concrete building materials and lighting accessories - including nixie tube lettering - players will be able to set cages throughout the world to capture the savage beasts of the Wasteland - from Deathclaws to raiders - and have them fight each other, or your fellow settlers, in self-made Thunderdome-inspired arenas.
"Wasteland Workshop" is free with the Fallout 4 Season Pass, or $5 is bought individually.