MoreYellow CEO, Jordan Mauriello, joins to discuss corporate and personal brand management, what it takes to turn heads at game launch time, and what generating buzz may look like with the game industry’s next set of big changes.
GameDev Breakdown: Developer and Streamer Chris Gardner
The freestyle coder himself drops in to discuss the ups and downs of live coding, presenting at and organizing conferences, navigating the world of non-game commercial software development, and more. We also discuss what we’re playing now and what games we’re looking forward to getting our hands on.
Here’s What You Need to Know About Streamlabs
Amid accusations of plagiarizing, exploitative trademarking, copycat products and services, and predatory customer policies, the company’s grips on ownership and fairness may appear tenuous.
Video Segment: Todd Talks Epic and Microsoft vs. Google and Apple on Fandom Unlimited
Todd calls in for Fandom Unlimited’s Facebook live stream to discuss the unfolding courtroom drama over Fortnite, mobile app stores, and the very souls of teenagers everywhere. Okay probably not that last one, but it could have major ramifications for Unreal Engine devs everywhere.
Streaming and Community Management Talk with Matt Hill
When we last checked in with Matt Hill, he was growing a thriving community around his Mixer channel and optimistic about the future. Then Microsoft killed Mixer.
Learn from Legends Remotely and Support Charity at DigiPen
The DigiPen Institute of Technology has reached out to let us know about their “online masterclass” series intended to keep you learning while keeping you safe at home.
Composer Stephen Tanksley
Previously on the podcast we’ve had opportunities to hear from highly specialized sound designers, musicians, and recording engineers, but we’ve had somewhat limited time to really dig into composition, and that happens to be one of Stephen Tanksley’s areas of expertise. Stephen is a Chicago-area composer for both games and film. He has a wealth of formal music and audio training to talk about, he works on awesome projects as a freelancer (including original music for streamers and a Star Wars feature-length fan film), and he has a personal project to discuss that you’re going to want access to the moment it’s complete.
Seas, Streams, and Other Troubled Waters
We check out the last night of the Sea of Thieves public beta, Todd and John share thoughts about the recent political deflection of gun criticism on to violence in video games, and fresh off of our first development stream, we talk about how to incorporate dev streams into your project cycle.
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