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Computer Consultant - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Do you Need Training to Become a Computer Consultant? Absolutely. Not only will you need training, but you'll also need constant training. Read More...

Computer Hardware Specs Made Simple
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Home computers are nearly indispensable in America. Savvy consumers save money and time by knowing their computer hardware specs, so the new computer meets their needs. Read More...

Computer Languages and Applications
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Deciding on the right computer language for a particular application will be a key factor determining the success or failure of a project - and the development time. Read More...

Game Development & Programming - Computer Programmers

Game development is today's hot field for young computer programmers who are excited to put their skills to work in aGame Development and Programming career with limitless possibilities. The world of computer games is growing faster and faster every year - last year sales of computer games outpaced box office receipts for Hollywood movies! And no more two-dimensional games of Pong for you; today's games are intricate, 3-D games of adventure and strategy that often include original music soundtracks and collaboration with celebrities from the worlds of music, sports and entertainment. What this means for prospective game developers is that you need serious training - but it also means that game development companies need more programmers to meet the complexity and volume of the demands in today's gaming industry.

The Game Development Process 

There are several parts to the game development process. First, there is basic knowledge and understanding of computer programming languages and gaming operating systems. Second, there are the technical requirements of wrapping music soundtracks and animations into the games you'll create. There is also the vital component of story creation, in order to create games that challenge and excite the audience. And finally, there is the business end of gaming: thinking about where your game fits into the entertainment marketplace, and how to build a large, exciting audience for you game.

Game Development - Your Dream Job? 

A degree in game development and programming will expose you to all these elements of the gaming business, and will prepare you for a career in the industry by helping you figure out where in the process you'd like to become involved. Finally, it allows you to demonstrate your passion and creativity for the field to the professionals who will teach you - and who may ultimately help you find your dream job in the game development industry.

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