Gaming engineers have the fun and exciting job of working with teams of programmers, testers, animators, modelers and Q&A testers to develop and design the latest and greatest video games. A game engineer will most likely be involved in every phase of a particular game's development starting with the fleshing out of an initial concept to thoroughly testing the beta software up until the day of release. Gaming engineers will not only be responsible for ensuring that the game is functional, but also that it provides a pleasant and intuitive user interface. As the career centers around computers, strong skills in both scripting and programming languages will be necessary.
Boston, Massachusetts is one of the country's oldest cities, and as such it is home to many established businesses as well as growing and flourishing companies. In addition to getting around the city in your car, there are plenty of other options available that you can use as well. You can hop on the public transit system by using a pass, sign up for bike sharing or look to carpooling. Of course, Boston is home to one of the major airports in the United States, which is frequently used for business and pleasure.
When it comes to living in Boston, there is a lot to do. In addition to the famous freedom trail, there is an abundance of public art, professional sporting events, parks and a great night life that you can enjoy. Downtown and the surrounding areas also have many fine restaurants, as well as plenty of bars and clubs.
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