From a Web Developer through an Electrical Power Engineer to a Unity Programmer

After over 10 years of adventure with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, various content management systems such as Drupal, WordPress, and frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Django, React, Vue.JS, Svelte I thought it was time for something new.

After trying to find one solution such as Meteor, Quasar, to create from the one source code the web, mobile and desktop applications, I found that I would like Unity. Unity 3D apart from mobile and desktop applications, will allow me to enter the world of virtual, augmented and mixed reality.

I am a person who loves to learn new things, I am a life-long learner. I tried a few years ago to enter the world of games and their programming, I did a few tutorials and tried to build a game, but I failed.

Two years ago, I started my studies in electrical power engineering, and I am doing very well, although the direction is quite difficult. I found subjects like thermodynamics and fluid mechanics to be very difficult to understand. The design and construction of machines requires a bit of imagination and such items as electrical engineering or power engineering can no longer possible to imagine, try to understand something that you cannot see ;)

The power engineering studies taught me how to organize my time, and it trained my brain to solve difficult problems. I think now is the right time for me to re-enter the world of games and simulations.

Being over 40 years old, I am unlikely to start working at a power plant as an engineer. I would like to use my previous coding experience with web development and what electrical engineering studies have taught me to become a fully professional software engineer who will be able to code the most advanced applications.

My dream is to become a real programmer, work in a professional studio and above all, be useful.

Hi, I’m Damian, a Unity Software Engineer who loves building education and simulation games.