Where to find a team?

Discussion in 'Indie Basics' started by ysern, Mar 26, 2017.

  1. ysern

    ysern New Member

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    Hello guys,

    I'm looking for team to join it. Main goal is experience. I'm experienced C#/DirectX developer (8+yrs) with good knowledge of 3D rendering pipeline. My last and at the moment successfully completed project is development of private real time 3D rendering engine with photo-realistic visualization quality for CAD-like ( room interiors visualization) software.

    So, I would like to change my main tool from C# to C++, and participating in game development project would be best way to do it. I have basic knowledge of C++ language, but unfortunately my commercial experience of C++ development is almost zero.

    If someone knows any project that I can join, please let me know!
     
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    If you're located in a city (or near one), make it your mission to go to video game development networking events. Nothing is going to help more than meeting with people in person.
     

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