Monday, September 17, 2018

The 2018 Game Developer Roadmap

An illustrated guide to becoming a Game Developer with links to coursesWant to learn how to develop games? Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on teaching you how to become a game developer in 2018. Don't let these illustrations scare you. You by no means need to understand everything on this map to become a great game developer. Instead, use these maps as a starting point to help guide your learning as you go.This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a game developer was created by Chris Ohk and posted to GitHub under the MIT License. Additional resources/links have been added for this article. Disclosure: I write reviews and receive compensation from the companies whose products I review.Game Developer in 2018Here's where you'll start. You can choose either Client Programmer, Server Programmer, Designer, or Artist. Regardless, there are five recommendations in yellow that you should learn for any path. (Please note that the designer and artist paths have not been created yet).Recommended learning for any pathGit — You should've learned Git yesterday, 15 minutes to learn GitGitHub — A Step by Step Guide to Making Your First GitHub ContributionGit & GitHub BootcampClient Programmer Path & Courses for learning Client ProgrammingFocus on yellow boxes and grow from there.


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