The process of tracking progress and measuring success of a series of related tasks.

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Why are MVC & TDD not employed more in game architecture? [closed]

I will preface this by saying I haven't looked a huge amount of game source, nor built much in the way of games. But coming from trying to employ 'enterprise' coding practices in web apps, looking at ...
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Where to look for team mates?

Where is a good place to look for people interested in creating games online? I'll be using XNA. I'm going to start the project later this week, but I'm definitely commited to it. I'd like to find ...
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Finding other programmers to help on a project [closed]

As a semi FAQ question attempt : Where can you find people to work with you on a project? Particularly programmers. One thing that is obvious is that all programmers have a project (or twenty), and ...
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Splitting profit - Equal share vs equity investment (work & money spent = share)

Coming up with an appropriate one-liner question was so hard I wrote the body before the header... So we're a team of 4 developers; two designers, two coders to put it simply (naturally we don't tie ...
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How to have a successful beta test with a small team?

I've done a lot of work (pro-bono) on a patch to a commercial game from ~11 years ago that needs some beta testing. Loads of people are waiting for it. What are some ways to get good (by that I mean ...
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How do you gather and collate information you need to make a post-mortem?

After the game is done (either shipped or the project was canned), what is the best way to make the post mortem, so that it maximizes the chances to never make the same mistakes again? How do you ...
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Where is the time spent?

Game development is a large process. In your experience, how are the total hours for releasing a game divided over the following major areas. I believe this is useful because few people (none?) are ...