Sarah Aller

QA Lead, Community Manager, and Artist for 1336 Studios
Currently, a William Peace University student going in for her Bachelors of Simulation and Game Design and previous Wake Technical Community College's Game Development Associates program. Working hard full-time as a student but also working as the Quality Assurance (QA) Lead, Community Manager, and Artist for 1336 Studios. Developing a released game with Smash Bolt Games and working with other developers Freelance through various methods to help in game development. Her goal after school is to become a teacher of game development after helping other students in school.

Sessions

Networking for Noobs will help students, as well as previous grads, navigate the rough terrain called networking. Teaching what networking is and some of the various ways you can network yourself into a better career and or life. Networking isn't just about getting the job but also about how we meet and interact with other people on a day-to-day basis. Talking on points such as setting up your professional profile, talking with others during conferences and game development gatherings, how to project yourself through your online presence, and finding likeminded individuals to help guide your path that could potentially boost your career. Preparing students, graduates, and concerned developers in opening up their minds to a larger network framework by giving them the ground tools they will need.