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#Actualarnsa

Posted 08 February 2013 - 12:28 PM

Hello, folks!

 

I've got a dillema here. I've started to learn game development, more specificaly -- OpenGL. My GPU supports OpenGL only up to 3.1 version, so drivers on Linux isn't the problem here. The problem is, that most of the companies create games or game engines only for Windows or OS X, so I thought an experience in working with Windows would be good. But... I'm a total Linux lover and after installing Windows... I just hate them and I very much miss Linux. I've been thinking a lot,  but if I stay with Windows, I'll have more pros. I look forward for any opinion on what should I do, what are the advantages on staying with Windows, or working on Linux etc. 

 

--Arnas


#1arnsa

Posted 08 February 2013 - 12:06 PM

Hello, folks!

 

I've got a dillema here. I've started to learn game development, more specificaly -- OpenGL. My GPU supports OpenGL only up to 3.1 version, so drivers on Linux isn't the problem here. The problem is, that most of the companies create games or game engines only for Windows or OS X, so I thought an experience in working with Windows would be good. But... I'm a total Linux lover and after installing Windows... I just hate them and I very much miss Linux. I've been thinking a lot,  but if I stay with Windows, I'll have more "pluses". I look forward for any opinion on what should I do, what are the advantages on staying with Windows, or working on Linux etc. 

 

--Arnas


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