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September 10, 2004

Games Development Teaching

A little more info on the Games Development Teaching conference/forum in October here in Melbourne, 19-21 October.

The Games Development Teaching - An Industry-Education Forum is brought to you by the Game Developers' Association of Australia, and supported by Multimedia Victoria.

The purpose of the Forum is to bring together industry and education to share current information and knowledge about Victoria's electronic games industry.

The objective is to improve the skills base of the industry, and expand Victoria's electronic games industry.

The Forum runs over 3 days - October 19, 20 and 21, 2004. It will be held at the training centre of the GDAA, Level 8, 14 Queens Road, Melbourne.

The event is obviously targetted at the Education industry. It is free to attend, but registration is required (see the website).

I'll be speaking for two sessions:
The first is on Day two at 12:50pm, speaking about the practical realities of game development.

The second session is also on Day 2, at 1:30pm jointly with Mark Morrison - a case study of a large-scale game development project (Transformers)

If you have any suggestions of things that you think are important for me to talk about (in either session) then please let me know (either as a comment on this blog or send me an email)

Posted by Zaph at September 10, 2004 03:53 PM

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