Game Development in Flyover States
Jarryd Huntley, a technologist and independent game designers, will discuss how the rise of independent and mid-sized studios has made game development outside traditional West Coast hubs more viable.
Huntley is the co-author of The 2016 Game Career Guide and The Artist’s Guide to Game Programming. He has played important roles in Cleveland, Ohio’s growing game-development scene as both a community college instructor and as a game developer.
Huntley’s lecture is co-sponsored by the Department of Computer Science, Game Development Club, Software Engineering Program, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Design Council and the Committee on Lectures (funded by Student Government).