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Why becoming a game programmer?

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Yes, there is a lot of tools development in game programming, but I would rather program a level editor than some COM interface for a databse (I interviewed for a job just like this).

Edited by - I-Shaolin on 1/28/00 6:02:55 PM

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I would have to say that game programming is a creative outlet. i have always been creative and artistic, but i was never very good at art. i got into things like D&D and Programming because they are art forms, and a way for me to let out the "inner artist". So for me its really just art on a technical level. plus its fun as HELL! gotta admit that feeling you get when you see something you wrote finally work is amazing!


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Simple question, simple answer:
Why becoming a game programmer?
Because I don''t have the literary skill to write a book and I don''t have the money to make a movie...

2 cents from me...

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