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Welcome to the Craft of Code podcast! Get inspired by stories of developers, entrepreneurs, and enterprises who share Linode's mission to make cloud computing simple, affordable, and accessible. These profiles of alternative cloud provider use cases emphasize customer service as a critical factor in making the switch from self-hosted and hyperscale cloud providers. Craft of Code humanizes cloud infrastructure and explores the people behind the apps and the technology that brings them to life ...
 
BE The Code, spotlights the most influential blacks in technology - from celebrities to financiers - and how they are reshaping the industry, with their unique perspectives. They take us on their journeys, offering winning strategies and game-changing advice. Created by Black Enterprise.
 
Tune in to hear from experts who generously share Do's and Don'ts, Best Practices, and Lesson Learned; to help owners of private companies crack the code on multiplying the value in their business in any economy. The 3X Value Growth Podcast is a forum to hear from advisors with the expertise and resources you need now to ensure your mid-market enterprise can reach its full potential.
 
+30 year game industry veteran John "JP" Podlasek interviews game designers, programmers, producers, artists, arcade owners, writers, CEOs and others about game development. Experienced or aspiring game developers alike will find useful, thought-provoking, and sometimes funny advice from others in the game industry. Find info at gamedevadvice.com and subscribe now!
 
This podcast series features inspirational talks by some of the most innovative educational consultants and developers in the world. They have been recorded at the Urban Learning Space in The Lighthouse in Glasgow, Scotland.Urban Learning Space is a learning lab equipping the people of Scotland with the capabilities to face the challenges of 21st century life.Urban Learning Space was established with core funding from Scottish Enterprise Glasgow. We are working with people around Scotland to ...
 
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We’re back with a brand-new series of The Craft of Code podcast! Following the success of season one, we’re bringing a series of new guests to talk all about their businesses, projects, and how Linode has helped them along their journeys. In this episode, we speak with Phil Nelson, one of the people behind RetroStrange TV and Lofi Scifi. RetroStran…
 
I welcome Matt Schembari, CEO of Lightforge Games. We begin by discussing his lifelong love of games and how he got his first job in the industry, followed by the other studios he’s worked at. Our discussion pivots into burnout and the effects it has on a person, along with a crisis of identity, and thoughts on mental health. We then discuss the in…
 
I welcome Marta Svetek, a London-based actor working in video games, film and TV. We begin by discussing the state of COVID-19 in London and how her roles of acting and other work are centered around creating digital characters. Learn about her passion of playing games from a young age, Lord of the Rings, and how she landed her first game VO role w…
 
I welcome Justin Fischer, Lead Development Director at Industrial Toys of EA. We begin by discussing the state of COVID-19 in LA and how his scrappiness landed him an internship at Chicago’s Wideload Games. Learn about how he cut his teeth at Wideload Games and Disney Interactive working on projects with tight budgets, like Hail to the Chimp, Guilt…
 
I welcome Scott Millard, Managing Director at Feardemic. We begin discussing his Krakow, Poland location, and the country’s forward-thinking and vibrant game development industry. We then shift to COVID-19’s impact, plus his current role as a Managing Director at Feardemic working on horror games. Listen to his origin story starting at Sega’s Ozies…
 
I welcome Norman Morse, Triage Engineer at Perforce Software. We begin by discussing COVID-19’s impact, and his current role helping game developers. Hear thoughts on the importance of git and Perforce, how a previous job led to his current one, and the challenge of layoffs. Listen to his origin story around doing kernel development, building a tea…
 
I welcome Kate Edwards, game industry pioneer at Geogrify and Executive Director of the Global Game Jam. We start by discussing COVID-19 totally changing everything for her speaking and traveling work along with the Global Game Jam (recorded before the event). We then talk about her culturalization consulting and public speaking projects keeping he…
 
I welcome Adam Boyes, game industry veteran and Co-CEO of Iron Galaxy Studios. We start by discussing COVID-19 and thoughts on staying mentally healthy along with his current position. Adam then shares his passion for games and journey for getting in through QA. Learn how Canada’s grown their game industry through tax incentives, plus Adam’s perspe…
 
I welcome Patrick Moran, game industry veteran and GM at Kongregate’s Tonic division on this episode. We start by discussing COVID-19 and his current role. Learn how his team’s spread over the globe, plus the unique business model he’s leading around LiveOps and buying games. Patrick then shares what it was like trying to break into the industry an…
 
On this episode, I welcome Joshua Tsui, game industry veteran and creator of the new documentary, Insert Coin. We start by discussing his current role in experiential design at Edge Experiential, then dive into his journey in developing Insert Coin, detailing his inspiration behind it, the research and interview process, and the many challenges he …
 
In this episode, we spoke with Flip Keijzer, CEO of Savvii. Based in Nijmegen, in the Netherlands, Savvii provides premium, managed WordPress hosting to a global customer base. The company’s CEO, Flip Keijzer, started Savvii in 2013 as the broader web hosting market in Europe became crowded with providers becoming too similar to each other. Today, …
 
In this episode, we spoke to the founder and managing director of Swiftlet, Arthit “Art” Hongchintakul. While working in the US, Art realized that there was an opportunity to add value and foster tech talent back home in Thailand by building his own technology company. So, in 2012, Art launched software development agency, Swiftlet. His mission was…
 
In this episode, we discuss K-12 online learning tools with CTO Leo Cunha and CEO Keith Kostrzewski of Curriki. Online learning tools are often fragmented and expensive. Budget-conscious schools and districts became very aware of this during the global pandemic. Enter open-source education advocate, Curriki. Emerging from a goodwill project from Su…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Joshua Hintze, from Vendoti, about innovating with live video streaming on e-commerce applications. Joshua Hintze and McKay Christensen originally started their careers in corporate engineering before they started a VR arcade called VR Junkies. As the VR arcade grew, they looked to expand and apply their skill sets in…
 
In this episode, Chris Allen, CEO of Red5 Pro talks to us about real-time streaming video to millions of people in milliseconds. Red5 Pro got its start back in 2005 when it reverse-engineered Adobe Flash’s Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP), creating an open-source alternative to the Flash communication method, eventually productizing and licensin…
 
In this episode, we spoke to Anders Brundin and Magnus Applequist, founders of Cloudnet, a web-hosting company based in Sweden. Even though you may often find Anders and Magnus snowboarding somewhere high in the Alps, retreating in the sun, or surfing on the shores of Spain, they balance that with providing premium hosting for business-critical web…
 
In this episode, we are joined by fellow Philadelphian, Chris Alfano, CTO of Jarvus. Chris is passionate about open source software and the open source community. That passion led him to reject any notion that there’s an organization too small to design and run their own software. For proof of that dedication, look no further than Jarvus, the missi…
 
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we spoke to Feedify founder, Ankur Phadnis about the world of website engagement. Back in 2017, Ankur Phadnis saw that to stand out online, retailers needed to offer the virtual equivalences of a ‘personal touch’ and to turn browsers into buyers. How? By using website engagement tools, like push notific…
 
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we spoke to the team from Flowlens to discuss how their all-in-one, modular software solution is helping to reduce inefficiency for small equipment manufacturers. Flowlens started as a custom software company serving manufacturers of all sizes in Northern Ireland. Now, it provides cloud customer relatio…
 
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we speak to our friends at Changelog to discuss simplicity, support and openness in their business and in their relationship with sponsors like Linode. We’re joined by Adam Stacoviak, the founder and editor-in-chief, Jerod Santo, Managing Editor, and Gerhard Lazu, Site Reliability Engineer. Changelog is…
 
On this episode I welcome Mehran Torgoley, Director & Writer at Cult Cinema, LLC. We start by discussing a few projects he’s currently working on and how he began at a small game studio outside of Chicago. While sharing what he wishes he’d known when starting out in the industry, Mehran emphasizes the significance of commitment, pushing through hes…
 
Welcome to the Craft of Code podcast, which features interviews with developers, entrepreneurs, and enterprises of all sizes, from all over the world. In this podcast, we’ll be sharing our client’s projects, big and small, and their personal stories. We’ll share insights into what drives them, what inspires them, and their plans for the future. We …
 
On this episode we welcome Jason VandenBerghe, VP Studio Creative Director at Level Ex. We start by discussing COVID-19, his excitement about making games for doctors, and thoughts about the future of game design. He shares his story of breaking into the industry with The X-Files Game and his transition from programmer to producer to creative direc…
 
On this episode we welcome guest Clark Stacey, CEO of WildWorks. We start by discussing the impacts of Coronavirus on his studio, how WildWorks came to be, and then rewind to discuss his journey into the game development industry. He gives powerful advice for people trying to get started along with those trying to advance their career, emphasizing …
 
On this episode, we welcome guest Chris Hewish, President of Xsolla. We start by discussing Chris’s take on the effects of coronavirus, his new role at Xsolla, and how he got started in the game industry, offering insight into what he wishes he had known at the beginning. He then shares valuable advice for people entering the industry and for peopl…
 
On this episode we welcome guest Bill Roper, Chief Creative Officer at AuthorDigital and Adept Games. We start by discussing the impacts of COVID-19 on work and personal life and rising to the challenge of digitalizing our lives in completely unusual circumstances. Bill emphasizes the importance of taking time for yourself, focusing on mental healt…
 
Justin Mohlman has many skills and projects. With over 17 years in the industry, he’s a seasoned game developer currently working as a Game Development Producer at Epic Games. Hear about his many positions ranging from art instructor, co-owner of a tattoo shop, to managing the social media of Metallica’s bassist. Learn how he got his start in the i…
 
Dr. Mike Armour combines life-long leadership experience in high-level positions with passion for helping leaders meet their most pressing challenges. He has coached over 600 executives, managers, and entrepreneurs, and has trained thousands more on four continents. “Anywhere you increase trust you increase value.” – Mike Armour Why you have to che…
 
The future of your business depends on your talents. Recruiting and retaining great talent, efficiency, and customer loyalty benefit from the culture you design. Julie Ann Sullivan is The Queen of Culture.  Her diverse background and extensive research give her a unique perspective on business culture.  She is a speaker, author, podcast host, and l…
 
Johner Riehl, Vice President and PR Lebowski at Wonacott Communications joins me on this episode. Johner has been in the industry for over 23 years and shares about the Public Relations side of videogames. Hear about his PR experience doing launches for the Neo Geo Pocket Color, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, Pokemon, Pikmin, working with Nintendo, Mi…
 
Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey are the founders of Barefoot, America’s number one wine brand. They are also the co-authors of the New York Times bestseller, The Barefoot Spirit. They started with virtually no money or wine industry experience and pioneered worthy cause marketing. They now share their innovative approach to business as consultan…
 
Christina Daves is a do-it-yourself publicity strategist. Together with her clients, she has over 1 billion views and over 8 figures in sales from free publicity. She has appeared on over 1000 media outlets and is a regular on-air contributor on television programs across the country. In this episode, Christina shares how to use free publicity to m…
 
Game industry veteran Richard Lico joins me on this episode to discuss his career. Hear how he got started in the industry going from SCAD’s 3D Computer Art program to now being the Studio Animation Director at Polyarc 20 years later. Richard talks about working on Triple-A games like Halo, Destiny, and more recently, the indie VR hit, Moss. Learn …
 
Lisa Nirell is passionate about helping CEOs and CMOs cut through the chatter, grow revenues, and accelerate marketing innovation. She’s also the Chief Energy Officer of EnergizeGrowth® Innovative companies such as Adobe,  Google, AARP, Gannett/USA TODAY NETWORK, and Hilton hire Lisa to gain fresh insights, formulate new strategies, and launch brea…
 
David Veech teaches leaders how to Love, Learn, and Let go so they can create a workplace that fully engages the creative and productive power of people.  He learned through 20 years of service in the Army and is still learning.  He has shared what he learned with thousands of students and clients since he retired.  His messages will inspire you an…
 
Richard Khoo, Co-Founder and Game Director of indie studio Khookey joins me on this episode. He shares how he went from a Modder to Designer to Co-Founder working at places like Blizzard, Riot Games, Wargaming, and Pocket Gems. We talk about being recruited by Blizzard in 2004, advice for getting into the industry, furthering your career after you’…
 
Regina Gulbinas is a business strategist who has worked with over 100 businesses, helping them scale correctly and in many cases re-organize. In this episode, Regina shares how she teaches CEOs how to run and grow their company correctly, preventing them to become major bottlenecks of their own company in terms of decision making and infrastructure…
 
Holly Duckworth is a trailblazing keynote speaker, applied mindful leadership advisor and a Stress Reduction Specialist. She is the Founder of the C-Suite Network Mindful Leadership Council. Holly is also a New York Times contributor, and Producer/Host of the Everyday Mindfulness Show. In this episode, she shares how she teaches leaders how to brid…
 
Mark Boundy is a business builder, sales leader, author, coach, and consultant. He has grown businesses in a variety of industries for 25 years, amassing wide-ranging experience in sales, marketing, new product development, and product management. In this episode, Mark shares how he helps his clients find, win, and keep more business—more profitabl…
 
GDA24 Timestamps: [01:11] Introductions [01:20] COVID-19 [02:50] What Are Your Current Roles in the Game Industry? [04:30] Pursuing VR [06:25] Immersive Meditation Experience Through VR [07:40] Babaroga [09:18] How Did You Get Started? [11:30] Video Game QA in the 90s [14:34] What Would You Have Liked to Have Known When You Started? [16:20] Imposte…
 
Barry Moltz is a small business expert that gets companies growing again by unlocking their potential. As a small business expert, Barry Moltz gets owners growing again by unlocking their long forgotten potential. With decades of entrepreneurial experience in his own business ventures as well as consulting countless other entrepreneurs, Barry has d…
 
Edwin McRae talks about his role as a narrative designer and the various projects he’s working on. Hear how housesitting in New Zealand allows him to move around and work remotely with clients in the U.S., Poland, Denmark, Germany, and locally. Learn how he was a writer for the #1 soap opera in New Zealand and how he made the jump into game develop…
 
Bestselling author Blake J. Harris talks about the Console Wars documentary premiering at SXSW after 7 long years in the making, along with it being adapted into an upcoming TV series. Hear how all the key people from that era of the SEGA vs Nintendo battle is part of the documentary to capture what it was really like. Learn my perspective from wor…
 
Lead Game Designer David Turkiewicz talks about his current role at Phosphor Games, starting in QA, immigrating from Poland as a kid, and how the NES changed his life. Learn how his love for gaming, comics and animation steered him to The American Academy of Art in Chicago. Hear about his lack of confidence held him back from a UI job and decided t…
 
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