IBM’s Dublin Software Lab is running a week-long programme for female transition year students from schools in the Dublin area. The programme will run from 12 – 16 November 2012, 10.30am to 3.30pm daily. Continue reading
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A guest post by Joanna Moylan
For as long as I can remember, video games have always been a part of my childhood. My family and I used to gather around the PC, scratching our heads over a tricky adventure game puzzle, or we would battle it out at Tekken on the Playstation. I have always loved video games.
I suppose my main motivation for pursuing a career in the video game industry was around the time that I noticed a decline in the quality of AAA games. While graphics and physics engines were improving, gameplay was going downhill. Games were becoming shorter, more expensive and less satisfying to play. It was as if developers had forgotten that games were supposed to be fun. I wanted to fix that.