Working in the 3dindustry article at FS

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  1. marco

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    Who remembers Dave Barron? Our founder, now freelance journalist, has made an article on working in the 3d industry. Dave we will get you for this! :)

    "Working In The 3D Industry:
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work for a graphics company such as ATI or NVIDIA? In our latest article, Dave recounts some of the experiences he has encountered in the industry. Everything from corporate security to the steps involved in building those 3D cores we've come to know and love is covered in today's article. "

    you can find the article here
     
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    OY !

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  3. ben6

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    gosh Kristof got forgotten in that article :p
     
  4. marco

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    As usual, the most important people are the least appreciated....
     
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    Time to read it again. ;)

    Kristof IS mentioned there. He is actually one of 2 only persons that Dave mentions with a name...
     
  6. Dave

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    NOBODY was forgotten about, trust me. It was just a case where I only brought up names where it was needed.
     
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