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  1. Learn Java, data structures and Spring Boot. That’s all you need to get into big financial corporations and make big bucks

  2. Don’t you need C for game development?

  3. This was very helpful, thank you.

  4. Sadly it's not that high paid. In some regions (like canada) high salaries are maybe the case but most of the time you earn much less (especially compared to other coding jobs). When you're living in europe it's not uncommon to get a salary which is a little higher than a plumbers salary.
    You gotta make up your mind if games mean that much to you.

  5. I don't think I heard you mention C++ at all, why is that? Almost all of the games I've played or looked at source code for, has been written in C++. I'm not a dev, I can barely write a python script to save my life (Haven't had time to buy your class, it's on my Christmas wishlist). Someone correct me if I'm wrong, it's 7AM, and the coffee machine is broken.

  6. My advice would be: "Don't"

  7. Video game development can be considered the new starving artist. There's so much competition that its gotten to be a who you know than what you know thing.😋😉😭

  8. No link to where we can buy the hat? 😢

  9. I wouldn't say that "development is development". Take an enterprise server developer and drop him in a game engine project. He won't know where to start.

    Also, the web is an exceptionally bad place as a beginner developer unless you truly want to target the web. HTML and CSS confuse the concept of a "programming language". The DOM is a terrible API for non-document use-cases. And JS is perhaps the most unpredictable and frustrating nuanced production language. I don't see any benefit for someone to begin a game development journey on the web. Instead, start by composing games with existing engines like Unity. Engines will introduce you to lots of fundamental game concepts. Once you master how to compose a game, then you're in a great position to try building your own game engine for some specific use-case.

  10. I think gamedev is a good side hustle.

  11. You can make a game with Unity, only work with C# and then build for PC, mobile or consoles. Same with Unreal and C++, although last I checked you needed some extra licence-y stuff to build for the consoles. Haven't ever done that, but I did make a mobile game and PC version with Unreal a couple of years ago.

  12. 3D engine programming is 99% math and 1% coding.

  13. I've been waiting for this advice from you for a very long time
    Thank you

  14. I'm still debating if i want to be an environment 3D artist or just start learning how to code and go to a different industry. Seems like the gaming industry has a lot of horror stories. 🙁

  15. Game dev is really cool but damn that industry is cut throat. It’s like being an musical artist with a technical background. I tell people if you want to get into game dev go Indie. You’re better off being an entrepreneur and figuring out the business than working for a company. These Game CEOs are cut throat capitalists and don’t really care about the art form. 🤷🏾‍♂️😩

  16. Game dev isn't high paying at all, it's one of the lowest paying of all kinds of dev roles.

  17. Hi Stef
    mobile dev or web dev. I know both are good but which one is more promising

  18. God bless game developers or anyone involved in that industry. No thanks. But thank you for you struggles.

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