The Global Video Game Industry – Part 2

Members of the International Game Development Association and Cascade Game Foundry share their experiences with the global video game industry, including job searching, working, and collaborating internationally!

Part 2 of 2

The Global Video Game Industry – Part 1

Members of the International Game Development Association and Cascade Game Foundry share their experiences with the global video game industry, including job searching, working, and collaborating internationally!

Part 1 of 2

Game Design and Future Jobs – Part 2

Game designers, artists, and project managers from Google, SimCoach Games, Perihelion Interactive, and Holovis International talk about what it takes to “make it” in the game design industry!

Part 2 of 2

Game Design and Future Jobs – Part 1

Game designers, artists, and project managers from Google, SimCoach Games, Perihelion Interactive, and Holovis International talk about what it takes to “make it” in the game design industry!

 

Part 1 of 2

5 Reasons to Teach Kids to Code

Over the next 10 years, there will be 1.4 million programming jobs available, but only 1 in 10 high schools currently teach computer science.

Zulama students learn the concepts taught in a college-level “Programming 101” course, but all of the projects are games! GameMaker, the 2D game engine students use, is based on a scripting language that builds techniques that can be transferred to any other programming language such as Python, Java and C++. Students finish complete stand-alone executable games that can be played with friends and added to their digital portfolios.

Still not convinced students need to learn to code? Check out the infographic below.

 

5 Reasons to Teach Kids to Code

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