During the previous production course, we went over some of the more basic terms. In this course, you'll encounter some of the more advanced project management terminology. All the strange-looking terms that don't get explained within the lessons have been gathered here, so you can use the following as a handy cheat sheet.
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IGDA: International Game Developers Association, or IGDA, is a non-profit membership organization. It's run by local volunteers, and it arranges meetups for game developers all around the world.
Networking: Basically, it's just meeting people, but in a professional sense. Networking is used by professionals to widen their circles of acquaintances, find out about job opportunities, and to increase knowledge in their fields.
LinkedIn: Business and employment-oriented online service, mainly used for professional networking. LinkedIn allows job seekers to share their CVs and employers to find workers.
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Keep in mind that you can always return to this lesson to refresh your memory. When you’re ready, let’s move on to project management.