@DaveVoyles I catch up with Torstein Vien, a programmer at Antagonist, the team behind Through the Woods, a third-person psychological horror experience about how far a mother would go to save her son.
@DaveVoyles At PAX East I had a chance to catch up with Gary Porter of Dan and Garry Games about Super Daryl Deluxe, which they launched on Kickstarter some time ago. Even better, they were the winners of 2015's Imagine Cup in the gaming competition!
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This week on Channel 9, Mark and Duncan Mackenzie discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:57] The future of mobile app development [Nat Friedman][02:07] News from Xamarin Evolve: What’s next for Visual Studio and Xamarin [Amanda Silver][03:14] Xamarin Evolve, Xamarin @ Build, Build on…
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Finding new and better ways for NFL fans to experience Game Day as well as improve work productivity for coaches, players and organizations. This is the mission of the NFL and Microsoft partnership and in today’s episode, Blain Barton and Mike Downey walk us through some examples of how Microsoft is…
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Jerry Nixon welcomes back Hari Menon to the show as he showcases the MyDriving, cross-platform IoT sample application, that leverages a wide variety of Microsoft Azure services such as IoT Hub, Stream Analytics, SQL databases, HDInsight, Machine Leaning, and App Services --- PLUS (like we need…
Listen to the podcastDownload the .mp3Subscribe via iTunesSean Colombo has been making games for 15 years. After quitting college to run web-startup "LyricWiki", he sold the site to Wikia in 2009. A couple years later he founded BlueLine Games to focus on making digital versions of…
@DaveVoyles @RetrotainmentHQ NES game development is alive and well, as Retrotainment games illustrates in this interview with Zachary Curl. Retrotainment games is based out of Pittsburgh, PA, and working on an NES cart which is written in 6502 Assembly -- none of that fancy middleware! Their…