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Colin Anderson of digital toy factory Denki gives jobs advice to Game Careers at Develop.

Colin Anderson, MD of Denki, the World’s first digital toy factory, in Dundee, Scotland, talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers at Develop in Brighton. Denki believes that computer and videogames are first and foremost about the toys inside.  Formed in March 2000, Denki has created 180 individual games in under nine years, [...]

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Ian Hughes (ePredator) of Feeding Edge talks to Game Careers at Develop in Brighton

Ian Hughes (ePredator) of Feeding Edge talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and  Game Careers in Brighton.  In 2006, whilst at IBM, he led thousands of colleagues into virtual worlds like Second Life with projects like Wimbledon. He has shown that leadership can be driven by the digital native and innovators can gather together regardless [...]

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Mick Hocking, VP of European Studios at Sony talks jobs and career advice at Develop 2011

Mick Hocking, Vice President of the Studio Group for Sony Worldwide Studios talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers at Develop in Brighton. Mick  is the Vice President Studio Group for London Studio, Studio Liverpool, Evolution Studios and BigBig studios.  He has been largely responsible for the creation and development of some [...]

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Brynley Gibson, Executive Producer at Headstrong Games talks to Game Careers at Develop 2011

Brynley Gibson, Executive Producer of Headstrong Games in London, part of the Kuju group, talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers in Brighton. Headstrong have been working on The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended cut. His advice on working at Headstrong:

“Games are getting really tough to get into, lots of new [...]

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Andrew Dayton a Technical Director Pixar Animation Studio talks to GameGareers.BIZ

Andrew graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1998. He started working in the industry in commercials as a freelance artist. Later Andrew, worked on feature film intro, music videos, commercials, architectural visualization, medical animation, print. Then he was hired by Black Logic in New York City as a Technical [...]

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Follow Games Careers as well as Games Job Blog / Interactive News / Recruiterblog on Twitter

You can now follow Games Careers .BIZ as well as Games Job Blog / Interactive News / Recruiterblog on Twitter. Our Twitter name is that of the founder ”DavidSmithUK”. Twitterers can subscribe by going to http://twitter.com/davidsmithuk

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Bring the study of computer science into UK’s National Curriculum as essential discipline.

A report from NESTA into the video games and visual effects industries in February 2011 concluded “The industries suffer from an education system that doesn’t understand their needs. This is reinforced by a school curriculum that focuses in ICT on office skills rather than the more rigorous computer science and programming skills which high-tech industries [...]

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Fiona Sperry and Andrew Tilling to keynote European Women in Games Conference in September

Women In Games Jobs is delighted to announce Fiona Sperry, Studio Director and VP, EA Criterion Games and Professional Career Coach, Andrew Tilling of Preseli Partnerships are to keynote the European Women in Games Conference taking place on September 22nd at the NH Harrington Hall Hotel, Gloucester Road, London.

David Smith, founder of Women in Games [...]

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