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The following an outline schedule (subject to change) for Games Fleadh

Games Fleadh:Expo
10:00-12:00 Games Fleadh:Expo Session One
pre-book tickets
Career Talks
  • 10.30 to 11.00 James Daly is CEO and Co-Founder of Atom Split Games. Based in Thurles Co. Tipperary, James set up Atom Split Games with other professionals in their fields’. Since starting, Atom Split Games has won the “LIT – Company of the Future” competition, gained entry onto Enterprise Irelands’ New Frontiers programme and is currently in development of their first title release “Jaxon and Feo : The Rising Kingdom”. Since starting up Atom Split Games James has overseen the growth of  from 4 people to 10 staff and has grown his skill set to Business Strategy, Project Management, Game Design and Programming.
  • 11.00 to 11.30 James Sadlier is CTO and Co-Founder of NeverMind Games. James and four others competed in Dare to be Digital 2010 and founded NeverMind Games in Thurles Co. Tipperary on return from the competition in 2011. NeverMind Games were accepted onto the LIT LEAP Program, and subsequently came third in that competition. They have two games currently on the market, TroubleSUM and Solar Sprint – which came third in ‘Best Indie Game‘ 2012 WP7 Community App Awards.
  • 11.30 to 12.00 Josh Holmes Technology Evangelist @ Microsoft. Josh is a passionate soul who gets his kicks solving problems with deep fried awesomeness. He is currently employed by Microsoft Ireland as an Architect Evangelist. Prior to joining Microsoft in October 2006, Josh was a consultant working with a variety of clients ranging from large Fortune 500 firms to smaller sized companies. Josh is a frequent speaker and lead panelist at national and international software development conferences focusing on web technologies on the Microsoft stack such as ASP.NET, PHP, IronRuby, JavaScript and more. Community focused, Josh has founded and/or run many technology organizations from the Great Lakes Area .NET Users Group to the Ann Arbor Computer Society and was on the forming committee for CodeMash. You can contact Josh through his blog at http://www.joshholmes.com.
Game Exhibits

 

12:30-14:30 Games Fleadh:Expo Session Two
pre-book tickets
Career Talks
  • 13.00 to 13.30 James Daly is CEO and Co-Founder of Atom Split Games. Based in Thurles Co. Tipperary, James set up Atom Split Games with other professionals in their fields’. Since starting, Atom Split Games has won the “LIT – Company of the Future” competition, gained entry onto Enterprise Irelands’ New Frontiers programme and is currently in development of their first title release “Jaxon and Feo : The Rising Kingdom”. Since starting up Atom Split Games James has overseen the growth of from 4 people to 10 staff and has grown his skill set to Business Strategy, Project Management, Game Design and Programming.
  • 13.30 to 14.00 James Sadlier is CTO and Co-Founder of NeverMind Games. James and four others competed in Dare to be Digital 2010 and founded NeverMind Games in Thurles Co. Tipperary on return from the competition in 2011. NeverMind Games were accepted onto the LIT LEAP Program, and subsequently came third in that competition. They have two games currently on the market, TroubleSUM and Solar Sprint – which came third in ‘Best Indie Game‘ 2012 WP7 Community App Awards.
  • 14.00 to 14.30 Josh Holmes Technology Evangelist @ Microsoft. Josh is a passionate soul who gets his kicks solving problems with deep fried awesomeness. He is currently employed by Microsoft Ireland as an Architect Evangelist. Prior to joining Microsoft in October 2006, Josh was a consultant working with a variety of clients ranging from large Fortune 500 firms to smaller sized companies. Josh is a frequent speaker and lead panelist at national and international software development conferences focusing on web technologies on the Microsoft stack such as ASP.NET, PHP, IronRuby, JavaScript and more. Community focused, Josh has founded and/or run many technology organizations from the Great Lakes Area .NET Users Group to the Ann Arbor Computer Society and was on the forming committee for CodeMash. You can contact Josh through his blog at http://www.joshholmes.com.
 Game Exhibits