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Develop: Brighton Conference Program Available

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The 12th Develop:Brighton conference program is now available at www.developconference.com/2017-programme. Develop:Brighton runs three days (11-13 July) at the Hilton Brighton Metropole, and Delegate passes are available at early bird rates until June 7.

Highlights from the program include:

Tuesday 11 July


  • 0930 (KEYNOTE) – Into the Future by Graeme Devine, Magic Leap
  • 1700 (KEYNOTE) – Your Game as Community by Ethan Evans, Twitch

    Wednesday 12 July


    • 0930 (KEYNOTE) – A Life in Games by John Romero, Romero Games
    • 1015 (KEYNOTE) – Stay: How to Not Burn Out and Thrive in the Games Industry by Brenda Romero, Romero Games
    • 1500 – Influencing the Influencers by Mark Turpin and Rich Keith, Yogscast
    • 1700 (KEYNOTE) – A Visit to Future Reality by Ken Perlin, New York University

      Thursday 13 July


      • 0945 – Beautiful Dream by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Enhance Games
      • 1115 – A Story in Games by Dan Abnett

        Readers of GameDev.net can get an extra 10 per cent on top of early bird rates using code RZVZLG.

        More information on Develop:Brighton can be found at www.developconference.com.

        Develop:Brighton runs across three days (11-13 July) at the Hilton Brighton Metropole.

        Delegate passes are currently available at early bird rates until 7 June.


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