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To become a great programmer, it requires more than being an expert in object oriented principles, a love for math, a strong sense of logic, a deep knowledge of (preferred choice) coding language, etc.

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My name is Chris Sroka and I am a student/alumni from the 10th Cohort of the Master of Digital Media program at the Centre for Digital Media.

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In the third semester of the MDM program, students can decide to pitch an idea for their own project they would like to work on and spend 13 weeks bringing that idea to fruition.

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Professor, composer, Action Researcher and retired professional clown Patrick Pennefather identifies rapid prototyping as a key component to Interdisciplinary Improvisation in the Master of Digital Media program.

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For the students of the Master of Digital Media program the first weekend of September is an intense experience.  They are asked to create a digital prototype in 48 hours with a group of fellow students they have just met and they know little about.

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By Al Sinoy.

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The MDM program often rejects potentially great students that don’t meet the minimum requirements for English. Strong communication in English is a necessity to excel both in the MDM program and the digital media industry.

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VR technology is developing at a rapid pace and students at the Centre for Digital Media have been busy testing different technologies and exploring the possibilities of VR.

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How can video game designers engage older generations with new technologies? How do older adults interact with technologies like VR and online social games?

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Written by Chris Sroka.

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