Alexander Lyskovsky graduated from Novosibirsk State University with a Master's Degree in Computer Science. In 1997, he co-founded Alawar Entertainment
, one of the leading publishers of casual games worldwide and the biggest provider of casual games in the Russian segment of Internet.
Alexander co-founded and co-organized a great number of associations and professional events, including the Independent Software Developers Forum (ISDEF), CGA Europe: East and Game Developers Club (an organization uniting the leading specialists in the electronic game industry in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States).
Currently, he's a program advisor for CGA Europe: East and a member of the ISDEF and Game Developers Club boards. He's also the co-writer of the book, 3.5 inches or How to sell your software via the Internet
, and many articles on this topic.
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