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@shayhowe “when I think of cleaning up my code, I think of my wife doing the dishes…” #html5devconf — Chris Smith (@startsequence) October 15, 2012 Almost every time I go to a tech- or gaming-related conference, I hear middle-aged white … Continue reading
The April edition of the Game Developer magazine is out, and with it comes the awaited results of their 2009 salary survey. This is always a fun time to compare your salary with that of the rest of the industry. … Continue reading
Morgan “Rhoulette” Romine, Frag Dolls Team Captain, has compiled a list of 50 games industry women to know. The list is pretty well-rounded and includes women involved in all sorts of professions from game design to community management. The great thing … Continue reading