Day in the Life of a Japanese Game Programmer

Day in the Life of a Japanese Game Programmer


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  1. https://bit.ly/2FXYTwz – If you missed any Day in the Life vids, here's the entire series playlist. Comment on what else you want to see. Also, https://discord.gg/xX4Y2tw if you have questions about Japan, your travels, food, want to connect with people who love Japan, check out my Paolo from Tokyo community on discord!

  2. They are using Japanese to write in some 'comments' in source codes. No please, no! I worked with another studio in Chengdu (but still from the same company) in the past and all the docs are written in Chinese. That was a good encryption method, really.

  3. This is my day.

    1. Wake up, prepare breakfast with coffee.
    2. Lie on the couch fantasizing how my day will go.
    3. Drink more coffee, open my laptop and play warthunder.
    4. Prepare lunch and eat.
    5. Play more warthunder.
    6. Go to bed. Watch Mr. robot season 4 I fall asleep.
    7. Repeat.

  4. This dude looks normal to others but he is really charming to me hahaha maybe because he is nerdyyyyyyy asdfghjkl. I like nerdy peeps 😂

  5. Keep these Day in the Life videos coming! I love them! I do coding occasionally to keep my skills up, but not as much as this guy! Wow! Great video, Paolo!

  6. Hi Paolo! I know you are Filipino, it is great to see that they trust you and let you document their daily lives. They even let you roam around the company's office, you must be very well known in Japan now.

  7. I'm working for an IT Company in Europe.
    We also had implemeted the honor system offering snacks and sweets in our office.
    But after around 4 months the honor system project was stopped, because as it turned out over the time more and more people started taking stuff without paying.
    So you see as Japan is a very honor-oriented country it is a classic example where this system can work, but in most other countries I think this wouldn't work that smoothly in long term.

  8. I couldn't imagine doing overtime for no pay, i would rather live on the streets than go through such humiliation.
    Stick it to the man y'all!

  9. Ok im from Arizona in America but am i the only that loves rainy days. I cant explain it but being inside when its pouring outside is so cozy and comfortable while your inside. But when your outside i also love the feeling of the rain pouring around you making you fell super relaxed. Even when the rains pouring on you. Please dont let it just be me

  10. I wonder how Paulo could got the permit to filmed at the office, not only in this video but another videos too. Perhaps the company see it as some of Marketing for their product?

  11. i like how the programmer, who is better than your average intellectual, is the only one not enslaved to apple products. at least in this series

  12. Can you do “a day in the life of a Japanese drifter” or pro racer. Something like that.

    And keep up the interesting videos, man!

  13. Code vein look great as hell such as an anime though not completely alike though they tried to make it as close and keep good animation so they get props for that

  14. I want to see Day in the life of a Japanese voice actor/actress. I really want to see the process of bringing characters to life through anime.

  15. I want to see Day in the life of a Japanese voice actor/actress. I really want to see the process of bringing characters to life through anime.

  16. I want to see Day in the life of a Japanese voice actor/actress. I really want to see the process of bringing characters to life through anime.

  17. Paolo, I've lived in Japan 25 years, and I must say that I am impressed all these Japanese folks allow you to video them. So many Japanese are overly concerned about 個人情報, which is why license plate numbers are always blurred (even though nobody can find out if a car is your car or not), faces are often blurred often on TV and even voices are changed. Are these "day in the life of…" people paid by you or do they volunteer their day for free (or for a free meal)? Are they friends of your friends? I'm really quite curious how you get not only them to appear on camera the whole day, but how you obtain such amazing cooperation from the companies they work at.

  18. I want to see Day in the life of a Japanese voice actor/actress. I really want to see the process of bringing characters to life through anime.

  19. if that system for snacks were in the UK… that company would be finding no money or snacks to collect at the end of each day, lol

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