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Indie developers Jonathan Blow, Chris Hecker and Alex Neuse to speak at UCSC this month

The University of California Santa Cruz is holding a guest speaker session, which will be hosted by indie developers Jonathan Blow, Chris Hecker and Alex Neuse.

The panel is for the university's Foundations of Interactive Game Design class and will take place on May 26, and is open to the public. Associate professor Noah Wardrip-Fruin will moderate the session.

According to Joystiq, Hecker described the session as "an open panel discussion", and Blow told he site that his next game, The Witness, will not b present at the talk. Bit.Trip co-developer Alex Neuse hasn't said what he will b speaking about just yet.

So, if you are in the area of Santa Cruz and would like to attend the session, you can.

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