Any engineers on right now?
Bonus points if you're MechE
>BS in Math & Comp Sci
>Game Software Engineer
Unity is probably the easiest to learn and definitely the best thing to know for getting into the games industry.
Learning Unity is really just a matter of spending time developing any game ideas you have.
Never bother with books until you consider yourself an expert in something. Beginners should learn through experience.
Thanks for the advice, Udemy has some unity courses available so i might start and learn the fundimentals there
Hey guys. In 3 days I choose what engineering degree I want.
Deciding between Computer and Software basically.
Can anybody give me a run down of the pros and cons of each/what I should expect from each.
I basically had no work history, no internships, no extracurriculars, no research experience, no references, 2.6 GPA (flunked out once due to playing video games instead of doing homework, took 6.5 years to graduate), and I've only been searching for jobs within 15 miles of my parents' house because I don't drive myself. Also I have autism.
On the bright side, you can earn a barrel of oil in less than three hours!
if you can do a 3 - 4 year undergrad, then it gives you some time to ride out the storm.
This decline in oil prices will eventually stabilize though. Millions of jobs depend on the Oil industry so its not going away anytime soon.
I worked at IBM as a salesman; will probably get into EY as a consultant soon.
Life sucks. The NEET life way of life sure is depressive, but definitely superior all around.
Im 20 in my freshman year in college. Im majoring in engineering but im taking only electives and algebra this semester cause my school doesnt offer general engineering in the spring. For some dumb reason. I havent decided on what part of engineering I want to specialize in. Im thinking Electrical or aerospace any advice or suggestions on what I should do to better my chances of being successful when I get out of college?
Senior in college
Doing the interview game now. I have a dope one coming up in a few months... Dunno what I want to do when I graduate tbqh familia.
Software Engo vs Comp Engo
Which is superior for wanting to work in finance?
Which is superior overall?
What are the major differences?
This is for university, I assume America has some college majors or something, idk how it works, I just wanted to clarify it is a bachelor at a university, not a college major