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Age: life years years
Language: English and Swedish
Prior work experience: No "real" experience - but have taught programming
My name is Hampus and I'm life years-year old Swedish guy and I make games. I've been working with
Unity and C# for around Unity years years. So far I've produced and
published 3 games (see further down). My main interests in game development are general programming (systems, gameplay, logic, everything!)
and CPU optimizations. (basically making code as efficient as possible)
I've also been playing around with making "normal Windows software". I have some experience with Windows Forms and C# console applications. And as you probably can tell, I know a small amount of HTML and CSS.
I would personally say I'm pretty fluent in English and Swedish.
I don't have any prior "real" working experience, mostly due to not being old enough to work properly yet. But I have actually been teaching some basic programming. I taught basic visual programming (like Scratch), Python and some C#.
My personality sometimes doesn't fit in at first since I'm pretty reserved but often open up after not so long. And if the people around me are awesome, the process of opening up gets significantly faster. But I'm also conscientious all the time and do what I've been told to do. I like to follow orders!
Lastly, I respect the ones that respect me back.
My name is Hampus and I'm a life years-year old Swedish guy that likes to make games. I've been working with the game engine
Unity and the accompanying programming language C# for at least unity years years.
I've basically been working non-stop all those years and been making lots of prototypes. But I have actually fully released 3 games! 2 free and 1
commercial. The games are Santa's Jetpack,
Jumps, and Quible Sphere. I want to actively grow that list of games and produce more free and commercial
My favorite thing to do when making games is basically just programming. Of course, I do art (but no good art) and such for my own projects, but I enjoy the programming aspect much more! I like to code anything! Systems, logic, gameplay, you name it! But my most favorite thing is optimization. I really want to provide a smooth experience for the user and I'm not afraid to go one extra step to make an object pool, rewrite code or whatever would be needed. I want to make the code as easy as possible for the CPU to do!
I've also been playing around with traditional non-game software. I've got some experience with Windows Forms and C# console applications. Haven't really released anything like that but at least I've learned from the experience.
I would also personally say that I'm pretty fluent in English and Swedish (obviously because it's my main language). It does happen that some word in Enligh will stump me for the moment but I will learn it once I've heard it once or twice! But I might also randomly drop some words, in both English and Swedish, but it doesn't stop me from properly communicating! (I'm only human, I should be allowed to make some minor mistakes!)
I don't have any "real" working experience. That is mostly due to me not being old enough to actually work. I've never been out and worked with other people, at least in the game/software development field. But I have, however, taught some basic programming to younger children and teenagers. I taught visual programming, like Scratch, Python and some C#. It was mostly basic concepts in programming, like conditions and the way of thinking when programming.
My personality sometimes doesn't get along with the environment I'm in, unfortunately. At first, I'm very reserved but I open up more once I'm comfortable with the people and the environment I'm in. The process of opening up gets significantly faster if the people around me also are awesome. I'm also very conscientious and do what I've been told to do. I want to get stuff done and will keep going until it's finished or someone has told me to stop.
Lastly, but something very important to me: I respect anyone that respects me back.
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