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Session Name Mad as Hell: Hothead Developers Rant Back
Speaker(s) Anna Anthropy, Naomi Clark, Jason Della Rocca, Mitu Khandaker, Anna Marsh, Margaret Robertson, Kellee Santiago, Karen Sideman, Eric Zimmerman
Company Name(s) Auntie Pixelante, Brooklyn Game Ensemble, Execution Labs (Moderator), The Tiniest Shark, Lady Shotgun, Hide&Seek, Independent Developer, GameLike, Independent
Track / Format Design
Overview Each year the rant session brings together a panel of game developers to b*#%h about whatever the hell they want. In the past, we've heard from angry game publishers and pissed-off game journalists. This year we will blow the doors off the hinges with a panel of the angriest game developer hotheads we could find. So get ready to be schooled in what is truly f@$ked up about our industry. Cutting through the clutter of polite industry chit-chat, the rant session takes on the issues that matter to developers in a no-holds-barred format. Fasten your seat belts, and prepare for strong opinions from some of the game industry's most distinguished and dissatisfied game developers. The invited panelists will be given free reign. You have been warned. Co-hosted by Jason Della Roca and Eric Zimmerman, the rant session is about identifying solutions as well as problems. The audience will have a chance to respond to the rants and join in the discussion. Topics will address issues of concrete importance to the game industry. And we may catch a glimpse of a better future for us all.

GDC 2013

Anna Anthropy

Auntie Pixelante

Naomi Clark

Brooklyn Game Ensemble

Jason Della Rocca

Execution Labs (Moderator)

Mitu Khandaker

The Tiniest Shark

Anna Marsh

Lady Shotgun

Margaret Robertson

Hide&Seek

Kellee Santiago

Independent Developer

Karen Sideman

GameLike

Eric Zimmerman

Independent

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