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Episode 29: Mastering the Game Dev Interview

Getting a job in the game development industry is a dream for many people, a challenge for others, and a fulfilled goal for some lucky ones. This episode is about helping you get the job that you are looking for and to help you become a game developer. This time the team gives tips, do’s and don’ts that will help you master a job interview in the game development industry. Of course, we speak from our experience, there is no formula that you can follow to get a job. However, there are many best practices that can help you through the interview process. Thanks to Ryan and Obinna, we were able to speak not only from the point of view of the interviewee, but also from an interviewer stand point so, check out The Debug Log Episode 29.

Thanks for tuning in this week and we hope you enjoy the show! Feel free to send any emails with comments, questions, and concerns about game dev interviews, to: thedebuglog@gmail.com

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1 Comment

  1. Xavier Auger-Mailhot
    April 25, 2016 at 11:55 pm — Reply

    I have a comment to do about the over complicated questions discussion to make and it is one that almost got me a job (unfortunately I made other mistakes that cost me it)

    Some times, you are not supposed to be able to do them. Some employers actually give harder question that they do not expect you to solve in the time they give you just to see if you will ask for help/ admit you need help. My personal experience on this:

    I was applying for an entry job and the supervisor gave in an extremely complicated question and specifically said: “You have 30 minutes to write something that will do as required but feel free to give up any time if you think you can’t solve it by the end of the time allowed.” And as expected, they wanted to see who would give in or accept that they can’t do it before time would end to see who would be able to accept that they do not knew something so deadlines wouldn’t run near with no progress.

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