Question by Adalynn
asked on 2022-12-08

How do you overcome the fact that employers for programming positions often require years of work experience with specific software even when you have experience with similar software? I have years of experience with Unity and C#, but not Unreal. This is painful because I am proficient with C++, and I am certain I can learn Unreal to a high degree of proficiency very quickly given my experience with other engines. How do I prove I'm qualified for entry-level programming positions that use Unreal and C++ without direct professional work experience in Unreal?