The Global Game Jam will be on January 25-27, 2013 – I applied for site to host a small group here in Central Luzon State University. Hoping that the GGJ people will let us join this world wide cool activity.
The Global Game Jam (GGJ) is the world’s largest game jam event. Think of it as a hackathon focused on game development. It is the growth of an idea that in today’s heavily connected world, we could come together, be creative, share experiences and express ourselves in a multitude of ways using video games – it is very universal. The weekend stirs a global creative buzz in games… while at the same time exploring the process of development, be it programming, iterative design, narrative exploration or artistic expression. It is all condensed into a 48 hour development cycle. Although the event is heavily focused on programming, there are many other areas where people who don’t code can contribute to a game. Continue reading →
Well of course, due to my willingness to support to great people who are skilled in game development (like me hehe – hoping so). I spearheaded the creation of the Unity Philippine Users Group’s website http://unity3d.org.ph/ . Also i am only new to unity3d game engine, it has a rock solid platform for rapid development of games & apps that made me fall in love into it – like love at first try 🙂 –
Artsdigitalmedia.com & Central Luzon State University CLSU along with the Nueva Ecija ICT Council & IT BPO Tech Novoecijanos Association Inc. participated in one of the major IT Conferences here in the Philippines – the Clark Conex – http://clarkconex.com/ – spearheaded by Metro Clark and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines NICP & Department of Science and Technology DOST.
I been telling this… most of the graduated IT students who undergo OJT with us, really don’t have the needed knowledge to make it BIG in IT. The curriculum seems not the problem but the students itself along with the non-supporting & accommodating instructors. I will let the article do the talking…
Only 1 out of 10 computer science graduates employable – IT experts
MANILA – Silicon Valley-trained Filipino software gurus said only 10 percent of information technology or computer science graduates are hireable – a reflection of the sorry state of the country’s IT education.
During the 4th International Outsourcing Summit on Thursday, experts said the Philippines must produce “hireable” graduates so it can get a bigger slice of the entire software development market. Continue reading →
The team ARTSDIGITALMEDIA.COM is now officially member (c0-developer) of the Nueva Ecija ICT Council & the ITBPO Tech-Novo Ecijano Association Inc., Its our pleasure to meet Ms. Tina Wycoco Paulino and the officials of the council.
The team will be providing IT services such as 3D web development, 3D product presentation & simulation, 3D edutainment (educational-entertainment) interfaces, 3D modeling & animation, 3D mobile apps and creation of 3D multiplayer games.
There will also be thousands of jobs for skilled IT people that can be a residence of Nueva Ecija! So if you wish to join on this venture, prepare your self, practice makes “better” 🙂
On Voice: Customer support & services, Business Management & Accounting, Encoding Jobs, etc.