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A team for the busy people. Many people on this forum have a lot of time to put into development but some of us don't, but we still want to form teams and work on a project without being hassled to do work on it every day. Some of us work 5 days a week and only get 2/3 hours of free time a day which we normally want to spend playing games or watching TV or full-time students working till 5am every night. Join this team if you are a busy person to meet other busy people to work, talk or collaborate with!

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  2. Hi there Calum! As a full time student, I'm a pretty busy person myself. I'm currently working on my bachelor's; so, I rarely get free time to work on game development as much as I'd like. Sometimes it feels like these classes are just holding me back and making me work on just about every other aspect of programming except games. I've done most of my learning on Udemy, but while going full time, even that has been put on hold. Tell me more about your experience in game development and what you hope to get out of it. I would personally like to work in a reputable game studio like Blizzard or NaughtyDog but currently, I'm working on making a game independently. I joined Armed Unity hoping to find team members.
  3. Hi everyone, I am Calum and as the title says I am a full time student and programmer. What I mean by this is that I have been a professional programmer for 5 years working 9am to 6pm 5 days a week. the past 2 years I have been taking time off work in large chunks to attend university doing a programming degree, but as soon as I am back home from uni I am back to working full-time. So basically all I ever do is program but never on what projects I actually want to be working on! Due to all this I avoid programming in my rare free time to give my self a break, but have always wanted to work on some of ideas I have but never felt up to making a team as people will always push me to do work on it when I simply do not feel up to it. Any way, welcome to the Busy People team!
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