The most radical thing I might do if I had the notion would be to invest my time and effort and thus risk my family's stability to officially and seriously go indie. But since I'm not willing to risk my family's stability, this won't be happening.
Alternatively I could invest time, that I should be spending on fixing up my house, into upgrading my skills so that I qualify for whatever job BioWare might be offering down the street from my current IT position. The risk is then that of any new job. But to be honest, working on my own projects sounds more fun to me and would probably be on my mind perpetually.
I like to think I am a programmer by nature and thus programming jobs are appealing to me. By extension that means that a job programming a game would be equally appealing and if I were to get one I'd take it as seriously as I do my current job. But the potential for getting a job in the gaming industry doesn't have me quite as excited as it seems to do for you. Probably why I don't have one.
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