I've had experience writing some complicated mathematical algorithms in MATLAB and some simple code in C++. Beyond that, I have minimal coding experience. I have a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering, and no work experience. My confidence in being chosen by you for game design is really low. I LOVE video games and would LOVE to be a part of the creation process, though. I have an engineering, analytical mindset, and I understand coding to some simple extent. What is your opinion on entry level positions and introducing people in to the game design field? Would you take a newb, or are your jobs for experienced persons only? I'd like to start my career, and I would enjoy game design. I'll browse the openings after my shift tonight.
I would love to do something with numbers. I could learn if trained well. What do you say?