First instalment of the Web Dev with Python workshops. This workshop is open to people of all skill levels and will hopefully give you an understanding of both web development and python.
Hope to see you all there!
Wednesday 12th March 18:30 KA-3-006
We have JP Vaughan coming in to talk to us this Monday 17th @ 6PM in room AU-1-006.
Provisionally, he’ll be talking about how he got into the games industry, how he got into production and becoming a games company start-up.
“JP is one of three co-founders of Independent game developer Rocket Rainbow Studios who are busy working on their first title called Hay Ewe.
Previously at PopCap JP has been responsible for the continued development of many high grossing, high rated and award winning titles such as
Bejeweled, Plants vs. Zombies (Game of the year, BAFTA 2011 nominee) and Peggle (Winner of the Best Mobile and Handheld BAFTA 2012 with JP as named nominee, #2 on Pocket Gamer all time greatest AppStore Games).
As usual, if interested can you please fill in your name and email in the following form :
Hope to see you there!
To kick off semester 2 we will be running a Linux Workshop. At the moment it will be running for 3 weeks.
It will be on Wednesday the 12th of February, at 6.30, in room AU-1-006.
If you are interested can you please fill in your name and email on the following form :
If you have wanted to get to know Linux this workshop will be the ideal thing for you, we will start off with a guide to install Ubuntu. If you have anything specific you want to know/learn about linux just give us a shout and we can sort it out for you.
It will be more beneficial if you can bring a laptop, but if thats not possible an empty 8gb+ USB stick will suffice.
We also have a guest speaker coming in Monday the 17th to talk about games development. I will send out a mail about this in a couple of days.
Hope to see you on Wednesday!
Jason will be continuing with the Mobile App Workshop tomorrow Wednesday 6th November at 18:30 in Aungier Street 1-005.
We reached capacity for this workshop and as its continuous those who turned up to the first one get a spot for the remaining weeks. If you received an email from us today, you have a spot!
It continues tomorrow at the same time of 18:30 in the same room 1-005 Aungier Street.
If you cannot make it can you please let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org) as we can give the space to someone else as this workshop is full.
If you are bringing a laptop try and have eclipse and the android plugin installed to speed things up but if you are having any trouble installing it we can help you out.
See you tomorrow!