unless I am allowed to produce my own content/applications/anything outside of the company I will not take a position. I understand if its a direct conflict of interest but I will not stand for a company restricting my private activities and hobbies just for the hell of it.[/quote:44a3378134]
Chances of you getting a job with this over your head are slim I’m afraid.
1. Doesn’t matter if its in direct competition. If you’re working on your own game, that means your thinking of leaving before you even start.
2. If you leave, you might tempt current employees away on new project.
3. You could be using some of the methodology that you use in your day job to do logic within your game. Try prove against that when you use the same coding style in work and at home!
there are other reasons but I think that covers the main ones.