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  1. Eincress

    SDL2 for Visual Studio 2015

    Okay, i'm gonna try it again when i get home. One more thing, what about the architecture? I'm using x64, thanks for the help
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    SDL2 for Visual Studio 2015

    Does the architecture matter? I'm using x64, PM incoming for setup questions. Thanks mate. Hey man, i followed this tutorial http://gigi.nullneuron.net/gigilabs/setting-up-sdl2-with-visual-studio-2015/ i think it's already obsolete since the tutorial was made in 2015. P.S. I'm new to game programming and wanted develop 2d games for starters.
  3. Hi, I just want to ask if everyone has the same issue with SDL, so i was trying to follow tutorials for setting up SDL fro Visual Studio 2015 and it says in the tutorial i was following that 2015 is still buggy and the tutorial only works for 2013 below. Does anyone have a setup tutorial of SDL2 for Visual Studio 2015? Regards, Eincrest
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    Career Paths

    Thanks for the tips, i bought a course in Udemy (Unreal Engine) and will finish it for the moment. I also read an article here in gamedev about first step into games so i'll probably start with basic 2d games(pong, worm, breakout). Again thank you for the responses.
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    Career Paths

    Thanks for the advice, one more thing where do I start? Should I learn UE4 and thinker with it? Any recommendations?
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    Career Paths

    Hi, You have probably seen a lot of post about switching careers to game dev and i am sorry for adding another one. I have the same situation. I have a BS degree in Computer Engineering, i have been in a programming career since i graduated which is 3 years ago. I've used JAVA and i am currently diving deeper to c++. I saved money for 3 years so that i could get a Master's Degree, now i have enough to take it and hoping that i could switch my career to Game Development. I'm planning on studying in U.K. for my degree though still undecided on which University i'll be applying to (Newcastle U, Goldsmiths U and Nottingham Trent U). Degree choices are Game Dev, Game Designs, Game Systems and Computer Games Engineering and i feel like taking the last one. I need any advice i could get. Should i proceed with my plan? Is Computer Games Engr. a good choice? I wanna develop games specially for future gens and this includes VR Interactive games and Augmented reality which i think is the reason to picking Computer games engineering.
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