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software +‎ -o- +‎ -graphy. Compare earlier discography.


softography ‎(plural softographies)

  1. (software) A comprehensive list of the software made by a particular software engineer or organization, usually appearing on a resume, curriculum vitae, or web site.
    • 2003, François Dominic Laramée, Secrets of the Game Business
      At the end of the document, you should include a brief company profile, including softography and any relevant links []
    • 2013, Heather Maxwell Chandler, The Game Production Handbook (page 76)
      Delve further into the developer's softography. Find out who were the individuals who worked on the games and what roles they had on the project.
    • 2014, Venita Pereira, Learning Unity 2D Game Development by Example
      Her softography includes Sonic Dash, Sonic Jump, Stellar Dawn MMO, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, King of the Course Golf, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Alien Breed Trilogy, Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust, and Elveon.