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Game Development Camp

24 May 2014 (Saturday)


The Game Development Camp is a whole day seminar and workshop in partnership with International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Manila Chapter and Co.Lab Xchange Philippines that aims to build up game development skills. It targets to cater professionals willing to learn basic game development.



Bryan Bibat
Bry is a retired freelance software engineer with nine years of experience in web development in both enterprise and non-enterprise applications. He is currently an active evangelist for the Philippine Ruby Users Group (PhRUG) and a book writer. Learn more about him at bryanbibat.net.


James Florentino
A UX/UI Designer and hacker with a penchant for building clean and beautiful user-interface for web applications. He values design simplicity and code integrity which makes him a valuable team member when it comes to software development.


Jason Cheng
Jason Cheng is the current lead artist, web developer, and general manager of the Sierra Ops project for team InnoMen Productions. He's formerly a professional web developer who mainly worked for companies at Sydney, Australia such as Dotty Style Creative and Weaving Weblets. He then switched careers as a full time game artist and developer after being inspired by IGDA game jams. He's now tasked in the team to create all future background artworks, including ship designs, weapons, and stage design elements like the structures, space art found in the game.

Mark Steve Samson
He is a web developer at Insync. He's not a game developer. He likes buying video games, ocassionally plays them.





Technology Partner

  8:00  –   9:00Registration. (Note: Registration closes at 9:30AM)
  9:00  –   9:15Welcome Remarks and Intro to DevCon
  9:15  –   9:30Partners Talks: IGDA-Manila Chapter, Co.lab
  9:30  – 12:00

Talks by:

  • James Florentino
  • Jason Cheng
12:00  –   1:00Lunch
  1:00  –   4:00

Workshop by:

  • Bryan Bibat
  4:00  –   5:00Mini Hackathon


While the DevCon team loves to conduct workshops that would help you learn new technologies as a community initiative, heads up! There will be no certificates provided for this camp. 

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