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Game Developers: How are you doing
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Game Developers: How are you doing

Richard Harris Richard Harris in Mobile Tech Monday, March 18, 2013

Long hours, new languages, devices, and API's to learn can be the Achilles heal of any developer. The daily grind of developing a game can either break you, or make you. Gamastra asked approximately 1,000 game developers at the end of 2012 how happy they are with their working conditions.

In a report by Patrick Miller and Brad Bulkley, they cover all of the details of the survey and do a pretty deep dive into the overall mood of the game development industry.

Are game developers satisfied with their pay? Are they confident in their current project? Do they want to be in this industry five years from now? 

Not surprising, most developers are unhappy overall. Click the link below to get the full 3-page report.

Read more: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/feature/188671/game_...

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