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Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:20 AM
Your TL/PM does not need to be a highly qualified programmer. This person should be someone with excellent communication and organizational skills. They should be a person with integrety, one who can delicate authority and accept that responsibillity. Physical location is questionable on all your positions. With Internet access, utilities like Skype, an office meeting is only a computer away.
Starting salaries are always negotiable, Keep in mind you are a startup and immenant failure is all but certain. Plus the fact that you first game most likely will not be a success, (all part of the learning curve)
Multi national team would broaden internation perspective, thus increasing your chance of success. Again with the internet, we are closer than we think. If shaking a person's hand is important, then keep your people close. However, if you are a germaphobic ?
Your Brain contains the Best Program Ever Written : Manage Your Data Wisely !!
Posted 20 January 2013 - 10:13 AM
Check out my book, Game Development with Unity, aimed at beginners who want to build fun games fast.
Also check out my personal website at bryanwagstaff.com, where I occasionally write about assorted stuff.
Posted 22 January 2013 - 05:47 AM
My company is South African based but I'm moving to New Zealand around March and looking for investors to setup my company there.
My company has worked on 5 published smallish game titles for various client, and we're about to release our first in-house full-blown PC title, perhaps you can chat nicely to your investors and we can get something going together in Auckland
My company has a very well thought out game-development roadmap with some exciting upcoming titles.
How did you find the investors by the way?