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    So, I've got a job interview at a Frontier Developments (game company) in Cambridge, something that I've been working towards for a long time but was just wondering about the attire that I should wear. Shall I go casual or formal? I want to make a good impression as I really want to get the job. Anyone ever been to interviews at games companies before that can offer advice and possibly give an in-sight into what the interview entails?
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    I've never been for an interview at a games company, but always wear formal attire.

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    As a programmer, I always dress casual. Casual is the rule of thumb, but might not be so suitable for business positions...

    (Have worked in the games industry, and attended a number of interviews at game developers and related companies.)
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    (Original post by vox)
    As a programmer, I always dress casual. Casual is the rule of thumb, but might not be so suitable for business positions...

    (Have worked in the games industry, and attended a number of interviews at game developers and related companies.)
    Thanks dude. For which games company do you work?
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    (Original post by TheGreatest21)
    Thanks dude. For which games company do you work?
    I used to work at SCEE, though am about to start at a virtual reality and visualisation company.
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    (Original post by vox)
    I used to work at SCEE, though am about to start at a virtual reality and visualisation company.
    Awesome. Got a portfolio?
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    (Original post by TheGreatest21)
    Awesome. Got a portfolio?
    Yes. I'd be happy to provide critique or advice on that front, if that's what you're looking for. What role did you apply for, anyway?
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    Don't dress too smart but don't dress like a hobo. That's the advice I've been given. :P

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