Everyone these days wants to get into the tech industry and into programming, but honestly you shouldn't. It's hard work, long hours, not always a great payoff, and people expect a lot from you. Are you still with me? Great, then I should also tell you that it can be rewarding (at times), you get to learn a lot, and it honestly is fun. If you are just starting out and exploring the idea, then if can be daunting finding your start and the right direction to go in.
Author: Robert Haynie
Greetings! I am Rob the intern, and I work at Black Hive Media. My purpose today and in the future is to provide some insight into what I do here, as well as offer my perspective on various game design topics. In general, this is an opportunity for me to share my experience with anyone who will listen. So, stay a while and listen! (or read)
Being able to communicate with everyone on the team is one of the keys to getting a project to production. Even when everyone is in the same office, chat seems to be easier at times (somehow). In my years of development experience I've used an array of communication tools. While some have been proven worthy, others just need more time in the oven.