• Home  / 
  • Gaming
  •  /  Pinoys Speaking at the Asian Game Developer Summit

Pinoys Speaking at the Asian Game Developer Summit

The Asian Game Developer Summit is a game industry conference for promoting
game development within the Southeast Asian region. The event is jointly
organized by game developers from Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

This is on December 9 and 10, at the Orchard Hotel Singapore.
The event features speakers from around the world on topics from game
programming, production, art, and the business side. Aside from really
good international speakers, local developers speaking at
the event.

These include 3 Pinoys: Altair Martinez of Pixel Stream (on Shader-driven Graphics Engine Architecture), Paul Gadi of Anino Mobile (An Attempt at Test-Driven J2ME Development), and Alex Calero of Glyph Studios (Lipsync and Facial Animation Systems: Choosing what works for you).

Conference sponsor HP is raffling off tickets, airfare and accommodations to 3 game developers within the region.

For more technology news and gadget reviews, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram