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Joram Antwi was the latest University of Kent student to join Arcade on work experience this summer, having been studying Computer Science. He had this to say about his experience:

“My time in Arcade was very productive,  I spent my two weeks working on a live project built with AR foundation in Unity. I managed to develop a working prototype by the end of my period, which felt very rewarding to complete with the knowledge and time I had.  Through my journey developing the application and learning on the go, I found it fun to see it slowly come to life as I broke through road blocks of code.  Through my experience I have discovered many areas I need to progress in, to become a better developer. I remain passionate in pursuing a future of developing creative applications that add value to people’s lives and productivity.”

Thanks for your commitment and great work, Joram, and all the very best of luck for the future.


Joram can be contacted on joram.antwi@hotmail.co.uk, or for references please email contact@arcade.ltd.

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