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  1. Developers: Stop Being Shit - Brain Baglow on Indie Game Marketing


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    Games Industry veteran and marketing & PR guru Brian Baglow presents to Scotland's buzzing games development sector the ins and outs of good marketing for games; revealing that it doesn't…

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    • What Does OOP Stand For - Colin Riley - IGDA Scotland 28 July 2011


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      Colin Riley, of Codeplay, talks about disadvantages of overzealous employment of OOP practices in games and the drawbacks of this approach on current hardware. He introduces and discusses Data Oriented…

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      • IGDA Scotand Presents: Brian Hackett


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        Claymore Games' Brian Hackett talks about the challenges faced moving from J2ME to iOS self publishing and the lessons learned while developing "Plum Crazy" as a 2-man outfit

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        • Kraig Walker: "Where We're At"


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          Kraig Walker gives a brief overview on where the IGDA Scotland Chapter is heading at their meetup in Glasgow's CCA in September.

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          IGDA Scotland

          Kraig Walker Created by Kraig Walker

          There’s a lot going on in Scotland, with growing numbers of studios in Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond. Locally, meetups like the long running Bert Wednesdays and the relatively recent GameDevEd are both popular and successful.

          Nationally though, we need to do more to get developers together.

          We propose the creation of an IGDA chapter in Scotland to keep developers across the country in contact through monthly meetups, to help promote existing events, and to represent the country internationally in the IGDA. And we want you to join us!

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