I'm currently a software architect using the Microsoft stack of enterprise app development tools (.NET, C#, SQL Server, etc.). I've been thinking about transitioning over to game dev. What paradigms ...
I'm 16 years old. I'm planning my future career and I'm standing on a doorstep and don't know which way to go. My dream was to create the best game ever. As I was growing up, I started to notice, ...
This is a question basically to programmers with experience working in game companies. How common is it that game coders participate in the design process of the game? Both gameplay design, and ...
I have recently been invited to do some volunteer playtesting for a pretty well known developer. They made it very clear that it was on a volunteer basis only. It's not a job and I won't be getting ...
I'm brazilian and I want to learn how to develop a game in some college or something like that, but I don't know any place here to learn it. Here is not that good either to develop games, as we don't ...
I'm currently an independent game developer. I'm open to the idea of working on a team in the game industry. I'm under the impression that being a "game tester" is a relatively easy way to get a job....
Besides salary, what are the benefits you dream to get from a game development company as an employee? For example, I would find these things useful for both, me and a company: Right to suggest own ...
It seems that the expierence is not that useful and easy to get. Is the experience important to older game programmer? What is the most important thing to a game programmer to get improved?
Long time reader; first time asker: I've wanted to a part of the games industry for a while, but my resume is 100% all backend work. I'm a strong C++/C# developer, with no practical game development ...