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Saturday, May 26 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Video Game Programming and Development: It's More than Syntax

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When you want to program a video game, what tool and programming language should you choose? There are a plethora of accessible video game-making tools available to developers of all ages. Join video game developers Eric Guadara and Daniel Greenberg to learn your options and why, in the end, the language isn't what makes the game.

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Daniel Greenberg

Founder, Winterion Game Studios, George Mason University
Daniel Greenberg teaches in the Computer Game Design program at George Mason University, with a focus on history and analysis. His research tackles the emerging topics surrounding digital games, including their defined role as an art form, the language used to describe them, the manner... Read More →
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Eric Guadara

The Administrator of This Facility, Dashing Cape Games
Eric Guadara has been working in games since 2010.  He started out as a journalist and has been published in Well Played, an academic games journal.  Eric has been making games for two years, specializing in audio production and programming.  His notable works can be found at ... Read More →

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Saturday May 26, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
 Annapolis 4

Attendees (30)