Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
Wu Yiling shares more on why she took the plunge to become a software engineer through DigiPen (Singapore)’s AnT Programme.
Chin Yong Kian shares about the highs and lows of being a solo indie game developer.
Four DigiPen (Singapore) graduates contribute their computer science expertise to advance the field of autonomous vehicle technologies at Motional.
As part of the publishing team at Yoozoo Games, Joshua helps to identify trends and develop advertisements that work.
DigiPen (Singapore) graduates contribute to the nation’s digital transformation as part of NCS’ Nucleus 2.0 program.
DigiPen (Singapore) graduate Sherilyn Kan talks about her work at Idean, as well as what it takes to succeed in the world of UX/UI design.
More than 20 DigiPen (Singapore) graduates have joined DBS Bank’s competitive SEED Programme, an initiative aimed at building up a future-ready workforce.
What can you do with a Master of Science in Computer Vision? Here’s a quick look at just a few industries where computer vision technology is being used.
In the fast-changing world of cloud storage and cybersecurity, SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduate and Acronis Asia engineer Yeo De Xin is up to speed.
The newest members of the DigiPen (Singapore) alumni committee share their thoughts and ideas for the coming year.
When DigiPen (Singapore) BFA graduate Tan Rijian saw an opportunity to add to his professional skill set as a 3D modeler, he decided to go all in.
With the help of DigiPen (Singapore)’s continuing education program, Alvin Lui was able to take the next big step in his professional journey.
With their deep computer science knowledge and experience, SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) students are poised for success in Singapore’s semiconductor industry.
Five SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) student interns had the opportunity to flex their computer science skills at Fujitsu Asia.
Two SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) student interns put their systems engineering knowledge to the test at Geoscan.
By joining DigiPen (Singapore)’s Continuing Education Program for Embedded Software Developer, Stephanie Wong got the career change she was looking for.
From homemade video games to teaching at DigiPen (Singapore), Swavek Wlodkowski looks back at his ongoing computer science journey.
With his new startup company, Datature Analytics, graduate Keechin Goh looks to bring machine learning innovation to businesses everywhere.
SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduate Samuel Tan brings his systems engineering expertise to Singapore’s public transportation infrastructure.