Posts categorized “Sponsorships”

DevOps Day – Vancouver 2013

Demonware is proud to sponsor the first DevOps Days Vancouver conference, taking place 25th-26th October in Vancity Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada. This international event is dedicated to forging connections between developers and operations. The conference provides a venue for people who build things that solve real-world problems to share their knowledge, experience, tips and ideas. The format is simple: talks in the morning, and open spaces in the afternoon. There [read more]

It’s Game On for Ireland

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For a long time we told ourselves that the notion of Ireland producing big-budget gaming titles was a myth, deluded even. But I’m becoming less sure that it is impossible. Let’s just say the Games Ireland Gathering 2012 this week revealed a wealth of pent-up ambition. The genie is out of the bottle. Some 350 games industry professionals crowded a room at GIG 2012 in the Gibson Hotel in Dublin [read more]

Dublin Gamecraft 2012

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What’s 10 feet tall, has a shock of red hair and shoots cats out of it’s eyeballs? We don’t know!! But we expect we’ll find out during Dublin GameCraft, but only if you come and make it! Here’s how it works: You have eight hours to make a game We’ll select a theme during breakfast. (we’ll pull one out of a magical sorting hat) Work on your own or with [read more]

DemonWare presents at Erlang Factory ’11

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DemonWare has been using Erlang to help scale our servers for over four years now, and a few weeks ago we had the pleasure of giving a talk about our use of Erlang at Erlang Factory London 2011. The slides from this presentation are now online, and have got quite a bit of coverage on Twitter, Reddit and Hacker News. So, we’d like to say a big thank you to [read more]

DemonWare @ Europython 2011

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DemonWare have been using and abusing the excellent Python programming language since 2004, and it’s also been responsible for the server-side code of our lobby services (i.e. matchmaking etc.) since 2005. We’ve seen the language grow and mature and gain more widespread acceptance as industry heavyweights such as Google get behind it. We felt it was high time to give something back to the language that had saved our bacon [read more]