Friday 1 December 2006, by Thomas Demachy
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In 1997, Christophe Balestra founded Rayland Interactive in Paris with some friends. But in the early 2000’s, game development in France was in dire straits and Christophe decided to work overseas. He eventually joined Naughty Dog as a programmer, and after several years, now VP Technology, he splits his time between managing Naughty Dog’s team and being a PS3 Lead Programmer.
We all know Naughty Dog games, but how do they work ? Do they use any by-the-book method, or did they created one ? What are the differences between development in France and in the US ? And how a CTO can take the good decision on brand new next gen hardware ?
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