A Game Programmers Education.
Does anyone here know what companies look for in a game programmer? I mean, as far as college education. Would they prefer someone who took 4 years to get a bachelors in computer science, or someone who took a somewhat shorter and more career specific path like this Game and Simulation Programming course offered at schools like Devry, or the EVEN faster route of a "Gaming school" like Digipen or Full Sail. If theres anyone out there that has a job in the game industry or atleast has some more knowledge than me, please give me some advice before I head off to college :) Thanks alot!