Hi there! I would very much like to join the project, but I am unsure if my experience level would be enough to really make a contribution. I hope this is the right place to post this, sorry if it isn't
I have completed a yearlong high school programming class, and am retaking it this year as well in order to get every smidgen of experience I can get from it. I have certainly learned a lot, but I am unsure as to if I am ready to join the project.
I am going to major in network security next year, where I will take other programming classes. Should I wait until I have more experience before joining? Is there any free courses or tutorials you might be able to recommend that could teach me a bit about game programming, so I can understand a bit more about how "game oriented programming" works?
The most difficult thing I have made is some java applet chess game. One way or another, I want to help ensure this game is a reality.
(Although I do recommend learning some C/C#?C++ whichever one it is)
Post by serialkiller🌴 on Jan 12, 2017 19:17:02 GMT
I'm not a developer so I can't promise you anything but I think the best would be sending an application to them (you can do this at the trive homepage ) . If I got it right they will accept anyone who can contribute something to the game .