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Career Migration Patterns of the Game Developer
by Kain Shin on 05/15/14 08:00:00 pm   Expert Blogs

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I know a lot of people who have transitioned from other disciplines.

I decided to map those transtions here for future reference...

... just to have something to refer to whenever I or a colleague might feel that a career is at a dead end.

Hopefully, this will be useful to somebody who finds themself falling into that same mental place. There's always a next chapter.


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