About — QA in the Game Industry

Quality Assurance for games is about finding inconsistencies, glitches, or bugs in the software or game experience. QA involves documenting, reproducing, and reviewing these inconsistencies until they are deemed ok to ship.

Imagine this: you’re an aspiring game developer, fresh out of college, and have managed to land a job at your favorite game company. You couldn’t be more excited to join the team/ Bushy…

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Game Designer with a Bachelor of Science. I talk about techno life and design ethics while I make games.

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Joshua Gad

Joshua Gad

Game Designer with a Bachelor of Science. I talk about techno life and design ethics while I make games.

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