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Angelo Theodorou (Encelo)
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Lives in Cambridge, UK
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Lowpoly Studios becomes Vindicta Games!
 
I'm starting a new game company...

Please follow +Vindicta Games and help me spreading the word on Google+.

I will post more details on my blog later today, in the meanwhile I can tell you that you should keep an eye on it if you are into mobile games ;-)

#gamedev   #indiedev  
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Complementary ADT-1 from Google at #unite14
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cool!
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Let's really hope that Alienware manages to keep the price down enough.
Nearly two years ago, we broke the news that Valve was working on its very own game console. The reasons weren't yet clear. We didn't yet know that the company wanted to throw off the shackles of...
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Uah, grande Lello!
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GPU galore! \o/
 
ARM announces complete suite of graphics processing technology! Welcome the ARM Mali-T760 GPU and the ARM Mali-T720 GPU! http://j.mp/1f1VGH0
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Bringing some of those to the Revision demoparty... ;-)
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Ahahah, tropp gruoss. . ;-)
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Great news! 🙌
 
We are going to reborn from the ashes very soon... follow us for updates!

#indiedev #gamedev #backinbusiness
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Yeah! :D
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Going to San Francisco for GDC 2014. :-)
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Interesting vision over time of Android versions adoption from +Davide Coppola's blog.
this post analyses and shows how the distribution of Android versions evolved over time since June 2012 with data and graph. Data updated to November 2013.
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The Nexus family. :-P
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The latest part in the "A history of the Amiga" +Ars Technica series is all about the demoscene! \o/
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azz alla fine l'hanno continuata?
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Really loved this intro when I was at the party. \o/
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Senza parole....
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Amiga and demoscene lover, ArchLinux and 3d graphics enthusiast, worked a couple of years in the game industry and always interested in game developing.
Introduction
I have been an Amiga user for ten years, from a stock A500 in 1991 to an A1200 + BlizzardPPC + BVision later on.

Back in March 2000 I had the first contacts with the *nix world, NetBSD 1.4.2 on my 68030 A1200 first, then LinuxPPC 2000 shortly after.

I discovered ArchLinux in February 2005 and I use it daily since then.

I love the demoscene, chiptunes, old school sinus scroller and roto-zoomer, but I'm also really fascinated by the recent achievements in real-time computer graphics.

I have worked in the game industry from 2010 to 2012, now I'm a software engineer at ARM.
Work
Occupation
Senior Software Engineer
Skills
C++, OpenGL, GLSL, Python, Android, Qt4, CMake, Mercurial, git, Blender, ...
Employment
  • ARM Holdings, plc
    Senior Software Engineer, 2012 - present
    Supporting influential game studios on behalf of the Mali Ecosystem team in the Media Processing Group (MPG).
  • SpinVector S.p.A.
    Game Programmer, 2010 - 2012
  • Raylight Studios
    Intern Programmer, 2009 - 2010
  • Google Summer of Code 2007
    Student Programmer, 2007 - 2007
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Encelo
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