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Game development is big in the Philippines. And it will grow even more because...

Up until five years go, many were already talking about the potential of the Philippines of making it big in the arena of game development. In 2011, there were already a good number of companies that were involved in game development, employing 3,000 employees.

How to be a millionaire by 30

Being young and fresh out of school shouldn't stop you from dreaming big and wanting more. There is no reason for you to think that being a millionaire by the age of 30 (or maybe even younger) is impossible.

The dos and don'ts of animation

Having the power to give life to what were once pencil strokes on paper is an exciting and thrilling thing. But like in any other art form or creative endeavor, animators have rules they must follow -- just like any other artist.

What do experts say about the benefits of online gaming?

We can't deny that online gaming has a bad reputation. With its often violent plotlines and graphics, it's no wonder that parents think it's dangerous to their children's studies, social life, and mental and physical health. But what do experts say?

The world is outsourcing creativity in the Philippines

Contrary to popular belief, the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry does not solely comprise of call centers. The Philippine BPO industry also includes legal and medical transcription, back office support particularly for financial services such as accounting and bookkeeping, software development, and animation.

What do software engineers have that other IT professionals don't?

There is a silent, but fierce war going on in Silicon Valley and all the big names are part of it, including giants like Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter.

Three most important things every high school graduate needs to know when taking up Multimedia Arts

You eat, sleep, and breathe art - and you're ready to make money off of this passion of yours. The next step of course is to find a school that not only hones your craft but also opens doors for opportunities in the industry.

It's possible to make a lot of money with your art. Here's how

You don't have to be dirt poor when you're living off of your passion for the arts. We're all familiar with the starving artist persona, but not all artists have to be starving to be artists.

Dead-set on becoming an animator? Here's what you should know to make it big in the industry.

Your admiration for Disney's and Pixar's films goes beyond their touching stories and catchy songs and even extends to the physical design of the characters and their movement. Yes, you know in your heart, you want to be an animator.