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Submitted by Spectator1 715d ago | article

Preparing the Next Generation of Developers

gamrReview's Kasper Andersen: "In Denmark we have an educational offer for people who want to work in the video game industry: a semester at the National Academy of Digital Interactive Entertainment (also known as DADIU). DADIU brings together students from different disciplines, including programming, audio, game design, and others, and lets us create games that are beyond what we could ever do without a firm place in the industry. And while DADIU is a fairly new establishment, it has already fostered award winning games like Blackwell (or Blackwell’s Asylum) and Back to Bed." (Dev, Industry, Next-Gen)

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