Indie Tech Talk_09 : Donna Bailey

Wednesday, April 3rd at 7pm at the Game Innovation Lab, 5 Metrotech Centre, Brooklyn.


Donna Bailey

Dona Bailey was the software engineer on the Atari design team that made the arcade game Centipede in 1981.  After leaving Atari in 1982, Bailey worked briefly for Videa, a game design company later known as Sente, and for Activision.  In 1985, Bailey left the video game industry to work in other areas of computer programming and academic research.

Today, Dona Bailey teaches on the faculty of the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where she teaches writing for new media and pursues a goal of creating documentary videos. 

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