Do self-taught devs have lower chances of getting a job?
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Well I do learn game Dev by myself cus you know why? If you talk about studying computer engineering on game Dev in my country ull be a laughing stock. So ya I work on projects from wat I learn and build a portfolio slowly. I guess that will help me in future
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(2018-01-03, 10:51:26 pm)tiwil Wrote:  My country do Cheese, but ya, as long as he can do the expected level, it's good for him. After all, with college degree, it's more easier to get a work. Sometimes, when someone apply for a work without college degree, the HDR (here in Indonesia), mostly, underestimate the applier or even skip the CV. But it's at Indonesia, I don't really know about the other. My mother always said like "You must go to college, it's easier to get work with big company." And somehow, it's true here.


And ya, after all, it's good to have work experience with our portfolio.
Get an experience, do the job in correct way, and finally you will get trust.
Maybe you can be the CEO? We can just dream about it, but, we need to work, not only to dream about it Cheese.

Yeah in indonesia diploma degree hard to get good job.so for now im just work as credit marketing
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