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Programmer Application

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Dear NMRIH development team,

At first should I present myself, my name
is Marc-Antoine Lortie, 20 years old, and I am here
because I would like to apply as a programmer.

Having worked with Valve's award winning Source
Engine for quite a while in terms of programming,
I do believe I could make good use of my programming
skills for the purpose of this modification.

I am about to go study in field related to programming,
after having already completed college once ( three years ago ).

I currently have what I would be able to enumerate, very good
programming capabilities in c++ ( Own person opinion ). I have
started programming at the age of 17 and spent most of these
moments on the Source Engine. Regardless of these skills, I do
believe I have a decent amount of mathematics in Vectors and
linear algebra, ( at least for vectors ).

2.5+ years C++
1+ years C#
1+ years Java
(Short knowledge Javascript)

As of the time being, here are a few videos showcasing what
I recently achieved with my programming skills. (Source engine related.)

AI Programming:

Vehicle Programming:

General programming:

In addition to this, I am also part of an other team. Possibly
a certain ( tripmine studios ) which are working on several greenlit
games such as Operation Black Mesa / Guard Duty.

I am the main AI Programmer and responsible implementing advanced
behavior on enemies that were both in original games.

To resume everything, I am interested in taking part of the development
team and help with programming skills related to weapons, vehicles,
AI, and possibly game modes. ( Of course, if the team is still
looking for programmers. )

I can be contacted at malortie@outlook.com
Steam profile page: http://steamcommunity.com/id/interglyph?l=english

Thank you for your time, and I look forward to our next conversation.
Sincerely, interglyph.

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Great stuff, could benefit from your AI, hopefully someone checks you out and gives you a task.

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Hey man, thanks for the app! We could always use a programmer to help specfically with AI for the zombies and National Guard.

I'd like you to add me on steam ( maxx@planethalflife.com ) and I want you to have a group chat with ssba and Brent, our two programmers. They will probe your mind to see if you got the skills.

we've had people who are unreliable or unskilled before so we want to make sure that doesn't happen again.

We could definitely use your help, though. NMRiH is a big project with a big audience so we want to make sure that everyone involved is reliable and can deliver.

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