nordle wrote:Maybe do something for your local charity / volunteer group. Church, or similar.
Set them up a PC, a website etc
That can get word round quite quick......the tricky part is then not getting dragged into hours and hours of unpaid work.
I did 5 weeks work training on a game called Psybadek. I had a job interview there towards the end, but didn't get it due to lack of PC experience (I had only ever used Macs and DTP software at the time). It was a lot of fun though. I still have some of the original design artworkM-Saunders wrote:leke wrote:I actually did some game testing for Psygnosis back in the 90s
Cool! What did you test?
You did not happen to know a Stuart Wheeler did you? I worked with him here in Toronto very recently and he was there in the 90'sleke wrote:nordle wrote:I also emailed a game design company today. I thought they might require a tester. I actually did some game testing for Psygnosis back in the 90s
donoreo wrote:You did not happen to know a Stuart Wheeler did you? I worked with him here in Toronto very recently and he was there in the 90's
leke wrote:As I love computers, a friend suggested I try the local computer recycle company (I would be taking computers apart for recycling). This was a great idea and something I would totally go for. I sent them an open application about 5 days ago.
I was wondering if anyone had any other cool ideas (related to computers) like this one?
If it helps, I have a HND in Graphic design (I'm really bad at it though) and a keen interest in programming.
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