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Is Working As A Games Tester Really That Fun?

The gaming sector is worth billions of dollars each year to the economy, and is a serious business. If a game is released with bugs, glitches, and errors, it will cost the game publisher money. Critical reviews and poor feedback for the gaming community can destroy sales and damage profitability. The game tester, more generally known as the quality assurance tester is tasked with identifying all errors, problems, and anything that can affect playability prior to the game being released.. Following this process means that the final release is playable, bug free, and most importantly of all, gets great scores and feedback online. Great scores and feedback = more money for the games publisher. Game …

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How to Become a Professional Stylist

The life of a stylist can be a glamorous affair, working with models, actors, presenters, musicians and other top celebrities. Because it can be such an exciting world a lot of people want to work in it so competition for jobs is fierce, so if you have dreams of being a stylist you’ll need to be determined and you’ll need to really know your stuff. First of all though you need to decide what kind of stylist you want to be, and whether you will concentrate on hair, clothes, make up or just be a talented all-rounder and do the whole lot.
Hair Stylist
If your passion lies in the world of hair then hair stylist might …

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Understanding the wow factor

What links a neuroscientist with a social anthropologist and the UK’s premier independent art charity?The answer is the visual perception of art. When, why and how are individuals moved by a piece of art in a museum or gallery?
These are the questions to be examined between the world renowned Department of Museum Studies and the Department of Engineering at the University of Leicester, in collaboration with The Art Fund.
Social anthropologist Dr Sandra Dudley, and Professor of Bioengineering Rodrigo Quian Quiroga are each facing what they admit is one of the biggest research challenges of their careers.
Working with the Director of The Art Fund, Mr David Barrie, in the supervision of a new PhD student dedicated …

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Why Use a Teaching Piano Software

Are you a music educator? Do you teach piano? Have you tried using any music teacher helper in the forms of innovative teaching piano software? Do you wish to learn more about this technology? Well, read on as this post will take your music and piano teaching experience to the next level.
Innovation in teaching piano has become a trend that both the educators and the learners tend to appreciate, enjoy and love. With the kind of convenience and reliability it can provide both the teachers and the students, they simply cannot take it away from the learning process. Teaching piano software includes a wide variety of features and applications that are good enough to encourage, …

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Do Parents Need Any Musical Education?

As you know general education is very valuable. General education becomes more profound and effective when your child starts taking music lessons. However, I am not talking about music lessons taken in a regular public school curriculum. Instead, I would like to talk about private instruction, where children work one-on-one with a professional music teacher and are taught how to master music.
In order to find out about the advantages of playing musical instruments, all you have to do is read a few articles on how the small motor skills influence the development of a child. Besides improving his/her ability to speak, it also stimulates his/her abilities in many other ways. Some of these can be …

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