Often called the "Father of Dev testing", Marc-Andre Mongeau just start down the stairs, as a simple tester.
His career in the industry started in 2006, when he started at Ubisoft. The first game he did was Rocky Balboa. After initially working on Naruto, FC2, Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell and Rainbow Six, etc., he moved in India to train the QA studio. Before moving there, he was already working on Splinter Cell: Conviction. He then joined the Technology Group, where he learned 3D modelization, Flash and programming.
In 2012, he decided to complete studies in computation (c, c++, java, c#), working during day and University during the night. He's currently working on secret projects that will change the world of video gaming. Today, Ubisoft Montreal studio is one of the biggest in the industry and the big reason is because there's many developers like Marc-André Mongeau in there.
Last updated: Nov 14, 2012