on 04-01-2012 04:37 AM
I am a beginner major in Computer Science. It's always been my dream to work on a game (a rhythm game, specifically, a la Guitar Hero) and PS Suite seems to be an avenue to explore.
on 06-01-2012 12:25 AM
Since I hadn't replied to this thread yet, I figured I should throw it out there.
I have been developing games since I was a nugget in elementary school on my C-64 using the Programmer's Reference manual and from there grew up with the game development industry and studying its evolution and pioneering individuals intently. I've worked on my own projects and professionally for others for decades now with various small companies as a game designer, programmer, tester, and artist, with other useful skills in music composition, and writing.
My current push is to finally make use of everything I've learned and get my own pro studio off the ground. I'm really looking forward to seeing where PS Suite SDK goes from here, as the experience I've had with C# and XNA developing my main RPG game has already translated well into a much smaller retro project. I'm really not much of a programmer, having long been using it as a stepping stone for my game design passion, but I tend to like to develop my own tools.
on 12-01-2012 08:47 PM
@Astraelcat...Took a look at your blog....loved your art and sketches! I wished I could draw like that. Good luck with your game and I look forward to hearing more about it!
on 20-01-2012 04:22 AM
I was a programmer in the Japanese game maker.
Now it is a hobby.
And now, as R&D fellow.
my jobs is cloud tech, social media, image processing, marketing.
on 24-02-2012 08:25 AM
on 24-02-2012 07:17 PM
I would be regarded as a Hobbyist when it comes to this, currently I am a software developer who designs databases in mysql, visual basic, and asp.
I look forward to working with all of you,
on 07-03-2012 03:42 AM
My name is Fernando Granco, and I'm a hobbyist programmer and Computer Engineering Student from Brazil.
I have experience programing in C, C++ and Java. I have done some work for the PSP and PS3 using their "open" sdk's, and have some projects for Android that are still on the beginning.
I'm really excited to work with the PS Suite SDK and be part of this community!
on 07-03-2012 02:53 PM
Greetings, all, from Rhode Island, USA
My development experience isnt so much in code, but more as an advisor and Alpha tester. Ive worked with the likes of DK-Games on games like Ragged Edge. Ive also developed a fan- based WipEout table- top game that I hope to pitch to Sony sometime soon.
I also write stories for games. Unfortunately, I cant share anything publicly.
With SDK, I hope to maximise its use with as many platforms as I can muster. I have plenty of ideas, thats for sure.
Anyway, its great to be part of such a great community and I look forward to reading more fine posts!
All the best,
on 18-03-2012 04:24 AM
Hello, good evening everyone.
I am a beginner in the area of game programming. I love programming and love working with games.
I finished college now and I intend to do a postgraduate degree, to enhance my knowledge. I have two of them still projects a tin paper. The first created in exactly two years ago in XNA, the second I'm starting to get new information and knowledge on the subject to apply on the roadmap. They are children's games, but really cool, interactive and fun.
Working with C #, but I'm looking to develop more of my work also in C + + and Java. Besides the programmer, working with illustrations and comics script for more than ten years.
I hope I can contribute the best way possible, even though with the little knowledge I have. And count on the help of friends here all the forum of the most experienced to beginners like me.
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