Oh man oh man. I am doing the Unity Programmer Certification course. I have been in game development for about a decade, but through a series of circumstances, I have very little to show for the passion and dedication that I actually have for the process and the medium.
I come to game dev as a lifelong fan of video games, but moreso as an artist who grew up in the strange era of seeing Moore’s Law come into full effect. As an artist, I saw the culmination of human expression come to fruition in video games. I wasn’t yet the scientist that I needed to be though. I knew that in order to round it all out, I would have to understand math, physics, psychology, symmetry, and beauty. I needed to know all of the rules that I wanted to break and I needed to know them well.
I ended up going to a farcical university that sent me way off course and wasted a lot of my time, but I remained dedicated to learning programming and game development for years.
Today I am an active member in the growing game development community in my area.
My goal is to get a job working with a team who is building something amazing in the Unity game engine and be a integral part of that project’s development.
Hey there iam student from vnr college I've been doing gaming development for nearly 2 years i was little afraid of coding in gaming and used to get bored but eventually I started liking it now iam really focused on c# coding for unity and iam willing to learn unreal engine but there are no courses for it
@Ganeshvenkat University of London on Coursera has a comparison video of Unity and Unreal engine in its course 3D Models for Virtual Reality The vid seems to say they’re pretty much the same. But if they were essentially the same, at least for the purposes of the course, why have a video explaining that? Anyway, idk seems like there’s interest in Unreal. Thoughts?
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