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ika 06-25-2009 03:47 AM

Feedback on my portfolio
 
Hello!

I'm a student in France at the Enjmin Game School, and will soon graduate a Master's degree in Games and Digital Medias. I am currently working at Eugen Systems as a gameplay programmer intern (final placement).

As I said in another post some times ago, I'm still very interested in working in North America and I've been recently updating my personal site, here, in the view of getting a position as a junior programmer.I would really appreciate to get feedback on my portfolio. I spent quite a time on it and I now find it hard to keep an unbiased eye. Also, I may have forgot informations that will be required in other country than France. A few elements are still missing like a decent C++ code sample, an up-to-date resume, and maybe a photo, but they will be included very soon.

So please, feel free to bash my work! :)

Thanks

dzeligman 06-25-2009 05:01 PM

I'd put some thumbnails/small screen shots of each of your game projects with two sentence description under projects to give the projects page a little for some flare.

Visual aids provide some more direction and can describe better to HR what something is. This picture:http://www.garrywilliams.fr/local--r...ya03/small.jpg is a solid example of that point.

yaustar 06-25-2009 05:48 PM

On the team projects, list what you specifically did on the project.

ika 06-27-2009 08:26 AM

Thanks for the replies!

Quote:

On the team projects, list what you specifically did on the project.
I read this advice many times but I somehow managed to do the mistake. I renamed the "Features" section as "What I have done" on my team projects pages as I was already listing my personal contributions. I also reworked the projects main page a bit and had the site proofread yesterday. :)


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