It's not that Gamedev.js workshop #1 was my debut in a role of the workshop lead - I did run one at Mozilla Festival in 2013 and the other at BrazilJS in 2015 - but it was the first one in Poland and at the same time the first one ever organized by me. I wanted to do it for the past few years already, but it's better late than never.
I've spent most of October writing blog posts documenting September activities (be sure to check September's Report), and mostly just catching up on emails and projects.
The fifth edition of the js13kGames competition ended a month ago already, winners were announced, but I'm still getting all the things sorted, including the prizes and t-shirts. In the meantime, here's something about the winning entry.
September was a busy month, even more busy than August - you can tell by looking at how many posts were published between those two reports: exactly six.
It was a game development hackathon that happened on September 24th at CVSR College of Engineering in Hyderabad, India and was organized by Harsha Bandaru - Mozilla Representative in that area.
We have 127 success stories this year - that's the number of entries submitted in 2016. Finishing a game is not an easy task, even more with given constraints of size and time, that's why I appreciate every single one submitted for the js13kGames competition.
After the incredible trip to Iceland for the first JSConf there I had a week to prepare myself for the next journey, this time a lot closer - to Berlin.
I've attended JSConf Iceland 2016 that happened on August 25-26th in Reykjavik. I've decided to write a longer-than-usual summary of the event in the form of a trip report.