In Utrecht – Netherlands, Liemur presents its findings in the matter of international cooperation within a Digital game project. Every modern project is using resources from all around the world and that does not go without difficulties. After a Mind Reading performance during which Sylvain –a member of The Magic Circle- discovers a word thought by a lady in the public (in Dutch), the presentation introduces the weakest links in the communication chain within a project. Strategies are then presented to allow overcoming these issues.
Liemur talks at Festival of Games 2011 in Utrecht – Netherlands
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Sylvain Liège, co-founder of Liemur Software Development, is delivering again a lecture to Kingston University’s students. The lecture, titled...
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