Chapter 1 - High School Chapter 2 - Paralyzed by a Plethora of Possibilities Chapter 3 - Before You Get to College...Chapter 4 - Day One Chapter 5 - Year OneChapter 6 - Teamwork, Part One Chapter 7 - The Roles in Building a Game Chapter 8 - Year Two Chapter 9 - Becoming a Professional Chapter 10 - San Francisco (and LA) Bound Chapter 11 - Year Three Chapter 12 - Internships and Coops Chapter 13 - Year Four Chapter 14 - Graduation Day Chapter 15 - Transitions Chapter 16 - The Hiring Process Chapter 17 - Your First Gig Chapter 18 - A Day in the Life Chapter 19 - Teamwork, Part TwoChapter 20 - Crunch Time Chapter 21 - Post Mortem Chapter 22 - Your First Promotion
Professor Michael F. Lynch, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, has been a member of the Games and Simulation Arts and Sciences (GSAS) program in HASS since its inception. Within that, he is primarily interested in Interactive Storytelling, music and sound design. His continuing research interests revolve around several topics in Interactive Storytelling (I-S), particularly new forms of Artificial Intelligence (based on Clarion) that can provide for more human-realistic Non-Player Characters (NPCs). Adrian Earle is a game developer and industry veteran who has been credited on games developed by the following companies: Vicarious Visions, Inc., MicroProse-Spectrum HoloByte UK-Europe, Stormfront, etc.