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I'm looking to hire a game developer, Specifically someone to code in UE4 for me.
What job title do i search for? Should he be good with c++ to be able to code even a simple game?
Any other misc requirements i should keep in mind?

I model and animate so only need someone professional to code the core game elements for me, It's a simple game.
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>>543899
Learning the unreal engine 4 framework is a whole nother thing to just knowing C++. I've never had to list myself so I don't know what terms someone might use.
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>Should he be good with C++

Fuck off sexist. I bet you'd never even contemplated hiring a woman coder. This is the exact reason the wage gap is so high. Smfh
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>>543972
>a woman coder.

Fuck off sexist. I bet you'd never even contemplated hiring a genderfluid coder. This is the exact reason the wage gap is so high. Smfh
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>>543899
You'll need c++ if you plan on doing anything complex enough to the point where performance might be an issue.

You can achieve a lot in blueprint, but it has a performance overhead and some stuff just isn't exposed to blueprint.

Tldr; You'll need someone familiar with blueprint and if your game is complex enough to require it, c++
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>>Should he be good with C++
did you just assume my programming language?
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>All the gender binaries ITT



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