"Game-play can teach you valuable leadership and strategy skills."
"I anticipate in the not-too-distant future this will be as standard a part of your resume as where you went to school."
Uh, no thanks.
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Hellz ya now i can use all my FPS skills on my resume
But in the end doesn't it all come down to BEER? Beer is the ultimate answer to all questions in the universe so yes the answer to your question is BEER.
Just modern games, or would the old text based adventures also count?
"In depth technical knowledge on grues and avoiding them in the dark"
Software Testing, Second Edition: "Intelligently weighing the risks and reducing the infinite possibilities to a manageable effective set is where the magic is."
I don't see while ALL games wouldn't count.
I have a theory that playing Twister teaches you valuable leadership and strategy skills.
... and rock-scissors-paper
... and hide-and-seek
... and peekaboo
Now I can go to interviews and say "Dude, hire me or I pwn you!!"
Nothing learns better than experience.
"So as I struggle with this issue I am confronted with the reality that noting is perfect."
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Reminds me of the heydays of the 90s IT scene. Worked at a place that played Counterstrike while having some beers in the office...on interviews they did actually ask if you played Counterstrike.