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How to become a mobile developer for Games and Apps? Also what education do you need ? And what beginner job title do I choose?

So I'm currently deciding what programming language to learn, currently I'm learning c# . But as I tried looking for jobs , you know just to get a feel for future job prospects, I kept seeing it's was all over the place of what I needed to know and the job titles were just as confusing. Especially on indeed in Texas. Additionally I was thinking of whether or not it was worth furthering my education by getting a bachelor's but I don't know in what i need in order to be a mobile developer. I had the idea of software developer but I'm not to sure. I just feel overwhelmed with information such as you need to learn this and that. Ex: You need swift , you need kotlin , flutter is the way to go so learn dart, xamirin is the way to go, unity is an option. Oh ps I have PC and legit dont want to have to buy a Mac or MacBook just to code on one platform, but I will if I have too. I just need guidance. It will help if I can talk one on one with someone who's a mobile developer.

1/10/2020 3:03:49 PM

Gummy Otter

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Thanks so much for the help it means a lot. I think I got a clear solution now. I'll stick with c# and learn unity. Once I feel comfortable I'll explore into xamarin or I'll might learn the native language for each platform . But I'll also learn more along the way thanks everyone who responded .

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That is your problem, being overwhelmed. Stick with c# and learn it well, that is a good start. By the time you become well-versed in one language, you'll know enough to go to the next level.

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For mobile development: https://code.sololearn.com/Wc0mkR5TeMKV/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/W7fkt695n2vd/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/W15402p78Rio/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/W049XB43HrqG/?ref=app

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For mobile app learn Java, Kotlin or Xamarin framework (C#) - android. Android studio IDE For iOS - Swift, Objective-C

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You can try create web games: Web html5 games https://html5gamedevelopment.com/ With javascript: javascript + framework Phaser3

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Games for PC: - Unity (C#), - Cryengine V (C++), - Unreal engine 4 (C++) (games for pc, vr, playstations) JavaScript (Construct 2 engine), Gamemaker(only 2D, without program language) In Python: RenPy (2D) or Pygame 2D engines for beginners: - Stencyl, - RPG-maker, - Ink - free addition for Unity (html, c#). - GameMaker Studio2 (paid 100$, drag&drop technology)

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https://code.sololearn.com/Wrx937JGOJ3E/?ref=app

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look for this person's articles in the section "codes" that will help you decide on the choice and find the right way! 😉👍 https://www.sololearn.com/Profile/7920723/?ref=app

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I heard rumors of Swift being the only language you could use in the Apple app store.