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March 21, 2013 at 8:38 pm #8757
We are holding a half day event in Bray Institute of Further Education on Saturday April 20th 2013 (approx. 11AM – 2PM). This is in Bray, Co. Wicklow.
The event is targeted at school leavers and individuals aiming to find an education or career in games related fields.
Topics under discussion will be:
Games industry in Ireland
Setting up a studio
Pipeline involved in developing a game
Developing using industry standard tools
Unity for indies
Developing for multiple platforms
This is a free event and all are welcome.
There will be limited places so please email: firstname.lastname@example.org using "SUBJECT: Attend" if you want to hold a place.
I will follow this up with more info in the coming days including a full schedule.
watch this space: http://www.facebook.com/pages/BIFE-Games-Seminar/144926859001611
April 10, 2013 at 8:50 am #49895
There are still places left for this event so please email: email@example.com using "SUBJECT: Attend" if you want to hold a place.
Below are the details of the event:
The Library @
Bray Institute of Further Education
Date: Saturday 20th April 2013
Time: 10.30am -1.30pm
(Please arrive in good time to settle into your seat)
Speakers: Alan O’Dea, Dan Kenny, BIFE games teachers.
Topics: Games Industry in Ireland, Career Paths, Setting up a Studio, Pipelines, Game Design, Unity for Indies, Games Courses in BIFE,… and more
There will be an opportunity to sample some of the excellent games designed and developed by the BIFE students. Hopefully, this sampling will extend over the two course years to highlight the standards here at BIFE.
Access to Bray:
Dart (ascend at bray station)
From Dublin to Bray Main Street: 145 (get off on bray main street)
Note to developers/organisers: If you have developed a game or are holding an event and are interested in plugging it at the seminar, let me know, and also feel free to bring promotional materials etc..
I look forward to seeing you on the day.
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