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Grenville

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Game development and graphics help?
« on: September 25, 2018, 11:25:07 am »
If you're interested in contributing to the game in any capacity I'd love to hear from you. Please post here with some details about your skillset and what you're interested in working on.

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Re: Game development and graphics help?
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2018, 07:22:51 pm »
Hey mate,

My name is Kristian Dwyer and I'm the lead dev at https://www.facebook.com/coachesboxgame/ - a labour of love over 6 years.

Just like yourself, this has been a part-time endeavour for me, and the game, written in VB.Net, seems to always be that last step away.

That said, I'd love to wrap this project and help where I can with PC2019 - which has always been the best on market (2011 was brilliant).

I code in C++, VB.Net and am pretty good with Adobe software.

My maths and logic skills are up there too.

Fly me a dm on here if I can be of any help!

Kris

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Re: Game development and graphics help?
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2018, 10:49:33 am »
Hey mate,

My name is Kristian Dwyer and I'm the lead dev at https://www.facebook.com/coachesboxgame/ - a labour of love over 6 years.

Just like yourself, this has been a part-time endeavour for me, and the game, written in VB.Net, seems to always be that last step away.

That said, I'd love to wrap this project and help where I can with PC2019 - which has always been the best on market (2011 was brilliant).

I code in C++, VB.Net and am pretty good with Adobe software.

My maths and logic skills are up there too.

Fly me a dm on here if I can be of any help!

Kris

Thanks for getting in touch Kris. I am most definitely interested in getting you involved.

VB.net has been dying a slow death for the last 10 years. I've worked professionally with both C# and VB.net, and one of the very few people I know who preferred the latter. Premiership Coach is 100% VB.net/WPF (XAML), so theres a ton of promise here.  I'll PM you and see if we can get in touch via email - would love to get you ramped up over the new few weeks if you're keen..

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Re: Game development and graphics help?
« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2019, 08:42:17 am »
Hey dude,

I'm currently a Software Developer (5 years exp) working with a mainly Javascript and C# languages but do have some experience with VB if that helps. My course was specialising in Games Development but I didn't continue down that path after finishing the course but I did get exposure to C++ so am not an absolute newbie to it.

I'm a new Aussie resident and was looking for some AFL simulation games as I love Football Manager so was looking for the AFL equivalent when I come across this. I've got into the AFL for the 2 years that I've been watching it and was thinking of making my own mobile base sim game when I'd come across this so more than willing to give a hand.

I'm not much of a graphics person so would deffo be more interested in the data processing engine side of things but give us a shout with whatever help ya need always keen to learn new tech!

Cheers
Rob