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My Introductory Blog
by Randy Wilson on 03/27/13 06:11:00 am

The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community.
The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company.

 

I work for technology oriented company and I have been here since 5 years. My job is to design game apps and I work as a memeber of a big and innovative team. Our compoany is a leading software house in USA and has as many as 100 gams to our credit that are applicable on almost 5 platforms. I have been crazy for games since I was 5, and when I got my job I was really excited as this is my dream job  and I love to do waht I do. 

The world has changed so much in past decade. Each day is marked by some new and astonishing device and being a developer I see these changes as a challenge. This is my fisrt blog on any platform, I chosed this site as a think that its the best site for games and so the best place to share my experience too. 

This is my introductory blog where i just wanted to introduced myself to the sites community, will be sharing my day to day experience from now on. Hoping to have fun and an interactive session on this platform.  


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