TIFCA’s Boogle House Published in Gamasutra

By Neil SchneiderJanuary 7, 2021TIFCA News

Neil Schneider in Gamasutra

Neil Schneider is the Executive Director of The International Future Computing Association.  Neil regularly contributes to Gamasutra, and his latest article is a follow-up to the 2020 International Future Computing Summit and its first reveal of the Project CORA Vision Paper last December.

Project CORA Logo

Project CORA (Create Once Reach All) is the proposal to enable a single piece of content to run on multiple client devices and compute models from a single workflow and build process. The model can take advantage of the capabilities of each client device, and support a client, cloud, and hybrid client-cloud workload balanced compute ecosystem.

In part one of “It’s Time to Move Out of the Boogle House”, the article highlights a subsection of challenges faced by content makers and their supporting ecosystems that contribute towards extended development cycles, abbreviated product features, and potential business risks.

The ecosystem is privately gathering to discuss Project CORA and the future of cross-platform and client-cloud computing on January 22, 2021.  Professionals responsible for roadmap and/or standards are encouraged to participate.  Readers that think they are suited to participate are encouraged to contact info@tifca.com to qualify for an invitation.

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