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Saturday, April 29 • 12:00 - 12:50
Distributed Game Development: The Benefits of Open Source

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Open source technology brings developers together, enabling them to achieve greater results. There is a diverse open source game development community out there that is creating and consuming all sorts of projects, from small code snippets to fully featured games and engines. This talk will explain some of the ways open source software can improve game projects. We hope you walk away with a better understanding of available resources and inspire you to create and contribute to your own open source projects to benefit others.

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avatar for Amanda Lange

Amanda Lange

Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
Technical Evangelist at Microsoft in the Philadelphia, PA area. Love game dev and IoT, and open source on Azure!
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Adina Shanholtz

Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
Adina Shanholtz (aka the Fey Technologist) is a Technical Evangelist for Microsoft based out of New York City. She uses her passions for Virtual/Mixed Reality, Game Development, and Wearable Technology to empower others through programming. From speaking at Grace Hopper, to organ... Read More →
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Rachel White

Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
Rachel White is a technologist, artist, and pretend-cyborg who is currently a Tech Evangelist at Microsoft. She is interested in new uses for old hardware, useless robots, VR/AR/MR, and bots. she has spoken internationally about JavaScript Robotics, Twitter Bots, and browser base... Read More →



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