Women in Digital
Sarah Smith awarded ERM Power Software Developer of the Year
Sarah has had an impressive global career in technology working with Nokia, Google and Expedia. The judges were impressed with her constant contribution to the Digital eco-system and entrepreneurial spirit.
Pandora’s Books review – A word game worth your time?
As much action game as spelling bee, and it manages that as something fresh.
How an ex-Nokia software engineer coded a mobile game from scratch in less than 6 months
Newcomers to game development are flocking to easy-to-use game tools like Unity, and GameMaker. However, veteran programmer and exGoogle, exNokia software engineer Sarah Smith says there are other ways to go.
Smithsoft Games announces first ever word unscrambler, monster shooter game to hit the market
Smithsoft, the all female studio from Brisbane, Australia has announced the release date of Pandora’s Books on iOS for August 18. The first ever game to combine word unscrambling and monster shooting into the one game.
Novelicious word game Pandora’s Books heads to iOS later this month
Certainly looks like it offers a little more than just a typical word game.
New Australian Indie Games Studio, Smithsoft Games
Smithsoft, Brisbane’s newest Indie Games Studio announces their entry into the games market with a majority female lineup. The studio is set to launch their first mobile game ‘Pandora’s Books’ in August and has high ambitions to release more games in the future.
How a One-Woman Dev Team Made a Game Work on Older Devices
Smith didn't want to make the game in Unity, or GameMaker, or any of the other tools. By coding it in Objective-C, the game is available to more people — anyone who can run iOS 7 can play the game, even if they've got a three-year-old iPhone 4S