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#ActualOlof Hedman

Posted 21 December 2012 - 04:38 AM

Thank you again Tom

I 'm glad again for you kindness

It's hard to find your intention.

 

 

It's quite easy to find that intention on this site in fact smile.png
It is full of really competent and helpful people from a wide variety of game companies both big and small.
And almost no competitive spirit, we're all just hear to share knowledge and learn.

Maybe stupid is a more harsh word in your language. Even very smart people act stupid sometimes, just means it's not the optimal way to achieve your goals smile.png
I don't doubt you are very competent, but I also don't doubt there are plenty of guys here with your level of experience and more.

And you really should read link 2 and 3 from Tom if you didn't already. It has lots of hands on tips on how to break into the industry.

I don't think you need a list of "best game companies", because you seem to already have a clear idea of what companies qualify for that list.
And what is best is so individual. For me its a company like the one I'm at, Totally self-founded small company where I have large freedom in how to do my work and what work to do. For others other things are more important.


#2Olof Hedman

Posted 21 December 2012 - 04:24 AM

Thank you again Tom

I 'm glad again for you kindness

It's hard to find your intention.
It's quite easy to find that intention on this site in fact :)
It is full of really competent and helpful people from a wide variety of game companies both big and small.
And almost no competitive spirit, we're all just hear to share knowledge and learn.

Maybe stupid is a more harsh word in your language. Even very smart people act stupid sometimes, just means it's not the optimal way to achieve your goals :)
I don't doubt you are very competent, but I also don't doubt there are plenty of guys here with your level of experience and more.

And you really should read link 2 and 3 from Tom if you didn't already. It has lots of hands on tips on how to break into the industry.

I don't think you need a list of "best game companies", because you seem to already have a clear idea of what companies qualify for that list.
And what is best is so individual. For me its a company like the one I'm at, Totally self-founded small company where I have large freedom in how to do my work and what work to do. For others other things are more important.

#1Olof Hedman

Posted 21 December 2012 - 04:16 AM

Thank you again Tom

I 'm glad again for you kindness

It's hard to find your intention.


It's quite easy to find that intention on this site in fact :)
It is full of really competent and helpful people from a wide variety of game companies both big and small.
And almost no competitive spirit, we're all just hear to share knowledge and learn.

Maybe stupid is a more harsh word in your language. Even very smart people act stupid sometimes, just means it's not the optimal way to achieve your goals :)
I don't doubt you are very competent, but I also don't doubt there is at least 10 guys here with your level of experience and more.

And you really should read link 2 and 3 from Tom if you didn't already. It has lots of hands on tips on how to break into the industry.

I don't think you need a list of "best game companies", because you seem to already have a clear idea of what companies qualify for that list.
And what is best is so individual. For me its a company like the one I'm at, Totally self-founded small company where I have large freedom in how to do my work and what work to do. For others other things are more important.

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