Michael Fitch's Blog
Michael Fitch is a 16-year veteran of game development. Having served in a variety of leadership roles (Studio Manager, Executive Producer, Director of Creative Management) for some of the world's top companies (Gameloft, Tencent, THQ, Ubisoft) on titles ranging from small social games to monstrously huge MMO's, Michael has been at the cutting edge of interactive entertainment for over a decade now and blogs semi-regularly at www.betterrealities.com. You can also follow him on Twitter: @fitchgames.
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Michael Fitch's Comments
[Blog - 06/09/2016 - 04:06]
John: r n Burn rate ...
John: r n Burn rate also works, but I always associate that with standalone businesses for some reason. In a multi-project environment, I 've come across run rate as well. Regardless, if you know rate and time you can figure out cost. r n r nBest, r nMichael.
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[Blog - 05/26/2014 - 03:47]
Robert: r nI 'd be ...
Robert: r nI 'd be a little wary of accusing others of playing fast and loose with the facts. Where is the citation that shows that During the nineties the shareware boom, the mod scene and increasing access to tools saw thousands of developers making games and making a living ...
[Blog - 01/13/2014 - 08:31]
Stephen: r nInteresting piece. The ...
Stephen: r nInteresting piece. The press of people around the podium after a talk is definitely an awkward situation. Generally, it 's not the best time or place to get into something substantive, because they 're trying to turn the room over for the next session, the speaker probably has ...
[News - 01/14/2014 - 01:03]
Damion Schubert 's talk on ...
Damion Schubert 's talk on design documentation was so awesome that not only was it the highest rated talk that year, he was brought back to give it again The first couple of microtalks sessions were also mind-blowingly good, but I feel like they 've trailed off a bit in ...
[Blog - 11/18/2010 - 08:36]
And he can drop you ...
And he can drop you at 400 meters. Assuming appropriate scope and stabilization. And wind, or lack thereof. I'm just saying, in the right conditions, Christian is not kidding.