I'm a relatively-junior dev being out of university for 2.5 years. I've been working at a start-up game dev company and it's not working out. I just don't fit in at all. You can see my other posts to read about this.
Here is what I'm looking for:
- highly-collaborative environment where you actually want and need to bounce ideas off of others
- supportive senior devs who actually want to give you the time of day and mentor you when they have time
- object-oriented programming
- nice, friendly and non-judgmental coworkers
- i have a degree in science so I like to have a slow, methodical, and abstract approach to projects
- respect for each other as a colleague and wanting to invest in each others skills and experiences
Here is what I have so far:
Software Developer with 3 years of experience looking to be part of a highly-collaborative and closely-knit team where knowledge-sharing and mentorship are appreciated. Takes pride in a methodical and concept-driven approach to programming.
I've decided that a summary/profile is better then? I want to get out of the gaming industry and move into something more low-key.
Is this effective? How would you change it? Do I need to explain why I want to leave gaming? I have a Skills Summary just below this 'profile' section.
Software Developer with 3 years of experience programming games in XYZ for mobile devices. Looking to be part of a highly-collaborative and closely-knit team where knowledge-sharing and mentorship are appreciated. Hands-on experience with a variety of technologies. Interested in exploring opportunities outside the gaming industry.