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Game industry veterans Alex Josef and Alex Van Lepp reveal all of their indie game publishing and marketing strategies so that you can successfully launch, market and sell your game. Discover all the ins and outs of game publishing, including raising capital, self-publishing (or finding a publisher), marketing, launching, distribution/sales and how to extend the lifecycle of your game in order to be as profitable as possible. Through a combination of interviews with industry veterans and rea ...
 
A podcast by iOS developers for iOS developers, delivering news, tips, and rants for professional iOS/Mac developers, with something for enterprise and indie developers alike. Hosted by Darryl Thomas & John Sextro.
 
HostsOld_World_GamerandSixsevsairisreturn for a new podcast still with the focus of Retro Gaming and Indie Gaming. Live athttp://www.twitch.tv/old_world_gamerevery Sunday evening at 7PM EST, Covering game news in Retro, Indie and Modern and we will be featuring Kickstarters and New Retro & Indie Games, weekly soundtrack, Best of Steam, IndieRetroNews.com, and helping devs whenever possible.Old World Gamer will dive into his Steam Queue every week to try and find exciting and interesting game ...
 
The Game Development show for indie developers, Inside Indie Games’ explores what it is that inspires and motivates games developers make the games they do. Our community of independent games developers are among the brightest and best in UK games dev talent and, on this show, we're tapping into their expertise and experience, to find out how you can build your own successful games company. Learn from the experts what challenges, successes and opportunities are typical for independent games ...
 
Welcome to the Indie Dev Chat Podcast where I talk to indie game developers from Twitter, YouTube, Twitch and from professional workplaces. Join the podcast each week to see an uncut hour of pure game development chatting! Join us on our YouTube channel (Matt Bull) where we stream the podcast live every Thursday at 8PM with face cams enabled and ask us your boiling questions!
 
Hub Interviews are in-depth conversations with local developers interviewed by the Toronto Indie Hub team. Learn more about the talent that’s growing within the city and gain insightful knowledge on the videogame development industry. From programmers to voice actors, Hub Interviews aims at delivering a wide range of interviews that connects the gaming community together.
 
Grim & Perilous Studios are a group of tabletop role-playing designers dedicated to highlighting indie, dark and low fantasy role-playing games. With its flagship brand ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG and other games Powered By ZWEIHÄNDER, the Studio records actual play and podcasts of tabletop RPGs, interviews game developers on Twitch and creates community content for the Grim & Perilous Library at DriveThruRPG.
 
"Indie Mages" is a podcast about Indie Video Games. We play and discuss games that aren't in the media spotlight as much as the big studio games. What are "Indie Mages" you ask? Well, we'll tell you! "Indie Mages" is a couple of dudes with a penchant for video games and all things geek (aka: cool stuff). We, like a large portion of the populus, love talking about video games. So... we decided to start our own podcast about video games. Right now you're thinking, "that's the most unoriginal i ...
 
Join the Gutter Geeks every week as our panel of 5 to 10 veteran gamers of all ages talk about the latest AND oldest in video and table top gaming. Whether it’s interviews with indie and established developers, deep dives on classic hardware, or just sitting around the table talking games while throwing back a few beers you are sure to have a great time with the gang from Guys Games and Beer! Contacting Us: If you are a developer and would like us to check out your game or product contact us ...
 
Game Dev Podcast hosted by Team RisingHigh, a 13 Time Apple Featured Indie Game Studio. Kevin & Jilly discuss everything game development and game making topics. Covering all aspects of creating, designing and marketing mobile and indie games. Actionable, practical Game Dev info squirted up your ears every week, you just bring the biscuits.
 
From Geek Media Studios, the Steam Punks podcast is dedicated to bringing you Steam news and indie game reviews. We focus on indie games distributed from the Steam client that are $20 or less. We'll bring you a new game bi-weekly and let you know whether you should pass or buy.
 
Grab a stool at the studio bar and join us for a beer as we chat with the video game industry's most fascinating developers, designers, artists and tech geeks. Your host Ryan Woodland is a game developer veteran with over 20 years in the industry and your co-host Jeremy Morrison is a broadcast television and indie film producer/editor.
 
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This week the boys discuss the recently announced Spring Apple Event. John shares his successes with the debug tool mentioned last week and some accessibility improvements being made off the back of it. Scotty shares his more successful week of working with test data on some recent client work and his work in graphic contexts and the complexity of …
 
Jonathan goes to the Apple Store to see the AirPods Max. Apple opens up its Find My network to 3rd party hardware makers with AirTags no where to be found. Gurman has new rumors of an interesting Apple TV that we hope is real. Finally Apple announces its April event and Mark and Jonathan try to guess what will be announced. Email: mail@everydayrobo…
 
In episode 16 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Robby Russell of Planet Argon. They discuss tactics for addressing technical debt, navigating large changes in teams, and setting boundaries with projects to avoid burnout. The post Ep. #16, Project Maintenance with Robby Russell of Planet Argon appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
John shares his week of working on a card game based app for a friend, the noticed differences between SwiftUI and UIKit, and some developer decisions that have cropped up. Also his upcoming day of accessibility bug fixing. Scotty shares his week of growing incompetence, starting with the ever more difficult task of recording a podcast, down to his…
 
Mark and Jonathan talk about Kara Swisher’s great interview with Tim Cook. How Apple still needs to address developer’s problems with the App Store especially ahead of WWDC. Russia has a new law where government apps must be pre installed in smart devices, Apple’s strategy to comply with this is interesting. Finally they talk about new Apple TV rum…
 
MORE AUDIO ISSUES - Worked on it with Six to try and rectify for next cast. Covering game news in Retro, Indie and Modern and we will be featuring Kickstarters and New Retro & Indie Games, weekly soundtrack, Best of Steam, IndieRetroNews.com, and helping devs whenever possible. Podcast can be watched LIVE every Thursday at 630-7PM EST at http://www…
 
With reflections on their WWDC premonitions from last week against the latest announcement and rumours, John shares some surprise praise for the fractional listener and his recent troubles with passing Objective-C to JavaScript. Scotty talks of a Command Line Tool he's been working on this week and the lack of resources that comes bundled with that…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan ponder what a rugged Apple Watch would be like based on some new rumors. Anker’s new MagSafe battery pack gets good reviews. Apple officially announces WWDC 2021. Can they walk the fine line of addressing developers concerns with the App Store and debut new frameworks and tools to get developers excited? Finally AltConf …
 
#016 - In this episode of the Indie Game Coach podcast we do a deep dive on game trailers with Josh Cauller. We go over why indie developers need a great trailer for their games, what they can do with their trailers, where they can get a trailer and much more. We hope you enjoy the episode and if you haven't already please subscribe and review the …
 
Mark and Jonathan reflect on the death of the HomePod. And share what they want Apple to do in the smart home space. Kosta Eleftheriou sues Apple in what is a very important but unfortunate story shedding a light on Apple that is sad to see. Finally they chat about keyboards, moving, and more. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrob…
 
This week the boys try and get ahead of the curve and discuss what they want to see at WWDC2021. John shares his continued dive into the mire of AVMutableComposition and the patchwork of available documentation. Scotty talks his unintentional tech news blackout and the best ways to prevent and deal with burnout. It Could Be Worse | YouTube Debuggin…
 
This week the boys touch on the various ways communicating errors through the user back to the developer. John shares his successes with AVMutableCompostiton from the last few weeks work around his HackDay project. Scotty talks the recent decisions being made with MoneyWell iOS, and the possibly soon to be expansion of the company. Splice | An amaz…
 
Covering game news in Retro, Indie and Modern and we will be featuring Kickstarters and New Retro & Indie Games, weekly soundtrack, Best of Steam, IndieRetroNews.com, and helping devs whenever possible. Podcast can be watched LIVE every Thursday at 630-7PM EST at http://www.twitch.tv/old_world_gamer @0:55 Soundtrack of the Week: Loop Hero @3:05 Rar…
 
In this episode Jonathan is joined by tech journalist and podcaster Steven Aquino. Stevens made a career for himself writing about Apple and technology with a focus on accessibility. He shares how he went from being a teacher to becoming a tech journalist. Why accessibility needs to be addressed especially at the early stages of product design and …
 
This time Jonathan is joined by the amazing artist Pinot. He uses vintage Macs and PC’s to create amazing videos and pixel art. Pinot shares how he got into art from his dad teaching him animation. To seeing his Uncle’s Macintosh and how it changed his life forever. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @pinot @refactoredd @swi…
 
In episode 15 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Shawn “Swyx” Wang of Temporal. They discuss divorcing your identity from your work, transparency in developer marketing, and the merits of learning in public. The post Ep. #15, Learning in Public with Shawn “Swyx” Wang appeared first on Heavybit.由Heavybit
 
Mark and Jonathan talk about the recent passing of the iMac Pro going off to join the cube and other iconic Macs. Kuo’s newest rumors on a VR headset. Finally they talk about what they would want to see from an Apple March event. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @pinot @steven_aquino @refactoredd @swiftymf Our Site: Everyd…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan talk about NFT’s and try to figure out what they are. Mars has a new iMac on its surface kinda. iPhone 13 rumors are here in full force. And Arizona advances a new law that has the potential to reshape in app purchase payment system requirements for developers. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @…
 
This week John announces the results of his most recent HackDay and the lessons learnt from HackDays long past, also talks the use of PDF / SVG for Netflix badges. Scotty talks his recent work with reworking the old MoneyWell codebase and his search for views, also a possibly unknown power tool for GitHub. Month Python - "Not Dead Yet" | YouTube On…
 
Covering game news in Retro, Indie and Modern and we will be featuring Kickstarters and New Retro & Indie Games, weekly soundtrack, Best of Steam, IndieRetroNews.com, and helping devs whenever possible. Podcast can be watched LIVE every Thursday at 630-7PM EST at http://www.twitch.tv/old_world_gamer @1:10 Soundtrack of the Week: Graveyard Keeper @2…
 
#015 - In this episode of the Indie Game Coach Podcast, we dive into the process of quality assurance and localization with Justin Webber from PTW. QA and localization are extremely important parts of developing a polished indie game. We hope you enjoy the episode and if you haven't already please subscribe and review the podcast. Additional show n…
 
This week the boys talk the progression of languages in parallel with hardware. John hints at some possible near future success with his most recent HackDay and likens coding in Swift with landing on Mars. Scotty talks his steadily growing pile of dead MacBooks, using XcodeGen in MoneyWell and some work with fastlane including some issues with mult…
 
Mark and Jonathan continue their discussion on ClubHouse. Apple makes some small changes to payment views in iOS 14.5. AirPods 3 photos emerge that make it seem a lot like the AirPods Pro. Mac SSD’s may be getting some extra wear and tear. Finally we say goodbye to a favorite electronics store Frys goes out of business. Email: mail@everydayrobots.t…
 
#014 - In this episode of the Indie Game Coach Podcast, we talk with Kim Gibson of Ontario Creates about how indie developers can put together a deck to approach organizations for funding. We hope you enjoy the episode and if you haven't already please subscribe and review the podcast. Additional show notes can be found here: http://www.indiegameco…
 
Jonathan and Mark are intrigued by Clubhouse and wonder if it is going to be the next big social media platform. Mark gets a HomePod mini for his new place. Then they both rediscover digital touch. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @refactoredd @swiftymf Our Site: Everyday Robots.tech Links: 78: A creative mind with Danijel…
 
This week John talks some design issues with Dynamic Type being used within Tab Bars and some problem solving using SwiftUI. Also a bug within Full Keyboard Access. Scotty talks his recent work on MoneyWell and re-implementing sync into the existing codebase and the decisions that need to made on what sync platform to use. Kaleidoscope Magnificatio…
 
On this episode Jonathan is joined by iOS developer Danijela Vrzan. She talks about getting into iOS development and learning to code. Working with Swift UI as opposed to UIKit. And completing Ray Wenderlich’s iOS bootcamp and becoming an iOS article author. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @dvrzan @refactoredd @swiftymf O…
 
Covering game news in Retro, Indie and Modern and we will be featuring Kickstarters and New Retro & Indie Games, weekly soundtrack, Best of Steam, IndieRetroNews.com, and helping devs whenever possible. Podcast can be watched LIVE every Thursday at 630-7PM EST at http://www.twitch.tv/old_world_gamer @0:50 Soundtrack of the Week: Super Mario RPG @1:…
 
#013 - In this episode of the Indie Game Coach Podcast we’re joined by Alex Rushdy from 13 AM GAMES. Alex talks all about how 13 AM GAMES was started, as well as the games they've worked on, plus future projects. We hope you enjoy the episode and if you haven't already please subscribe and review the podcast. Additional show notes can be found here…
 
Apple has reversed course on the DTK because of bad press and given developers a better deal. While spilling the beans early it seems like Hyundai isn’t working on the Apple Car anymore. Mark and Jonathan chat about App Store scams that have come to light from developer Kosta Eleftheriou reporting on them. Finally they cover the story of a security…
 
In episode 14 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Tracy Lee of This Dot Labs. They discuss the prevalence of online events, nurturing communities within remote orgs, and providing opportunities for underrepresented groups in tech. The post Ep. #14, Community Transparency with Tracy Lee of This Dot Labs appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
Covering game news in Retro, Indie and Modern and we will be featuring Kickstarters and New Retro & Indie Games, weekly soundtrack, Best of Steam, IndieRetroNews.com, and helping devs whenever possible. Podcast can be watched LIVE every Thursday at 630-7PM EST at http://www.twitch.tv/old_world_gamer @2:25 Soundtrack of the Week: Final Fantasy: Myst…
 
#012 - In this episode of Indie Game Coach, Alex talks with the team from Snoozy Kazoo, creators of the upcoming game Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion. Yukon and the team talk about how they came up with the idea for Turnip Boy and what it's like to be a brand new studio creating its first commercial game. We hope you enjoy the episode and if you hav…
 
This week Scotty shares his first experience with Apple's new M1 chip with a client's 2021 MacBook Air, how this compares with last years DTK and his 2018 Intel MacBook Pro, as well as some quirks that are still to be ironed out. John share his work this week with A/B tests on VoiceOver, the connection between what's visibly happening on screen thr…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan talk about the possibility of Apple making a car. What would it look like how much would it cost there are a ton of possibilities and questions for such a product. And in more recent news Apple seems to be sending out requests for its Developer transition kit to return home. Leaving some developers upset with a $200 refu…
 
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