Indie Dev Podcast: Ep 27 – Chris Love, Love2Dev

This week I am joined by Chris Love, who is a Microsoft MVP for 8 years ASP.NET and is now making the transition to the new category, front-end web dev. Chris has an extensive background in web development, and specifically around performance, which is one reason I wanted to bring him on the show, but……


Indie Dev Podcast – Ep 26 – Howard Dortch, Shawnee State University

Listen to the podcast Download the .mp3 Subscribe via iTunes Howard is an industry veteran who now works in academia at Shawnee State University’s game development program in Ohio. Before working in education, Howard had roles at AMD, as well as Sony, specifically at Verant in San Diego, where he worked on Everquest. As someone……


Indie Dev Podcast, Episode 25 – Ethan Lee, FNA

  Listen to the podcast Download the .mp3 Subscribe via iTunes Ethan Lee is a software engineer based out of Georgia, who has a history of working on what previously XNA, but is now his own open source fork of the project. Along the way, he has ported a countless number of titles for independent……


Night Trap on My Life In Gaming’s video podcast this week

I had the pleasure of joining Coury Carlson (@CouryC)  and Marc Duddleson (@Try4ce) on their Bonus Stream, which airs every Sunday at 9 – 11PM EST.  On this episode we discussed Night Trap, which as you know by now, is one of my favorite games. On their channel they recollect their experiences with video games over……


Indie Dev Podcast, Episode 24 – Kevin Giguère, Dragon Slumber

Listen to the podcast Download the .mp3 Subscribe via iTunes Edit: I realize now that the episode starts ~ 1:30 mark, and video comes in at 3:30. Kevin Giguère is a  programmer in his thirties from Quebec, Canada, and the man behind Dragon Slumber, an isometric RPG created with XNA.  Previously, Kevin worked on a JRPG,……


Indie Dev Podcast Ep 23 – Sean Colombo, Blueline Games

Listen to the podcast Download the .mp3 Subscribe via iTunes Sean 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 award-winning board games. BlueLine’s flagship games……


Indie Dev Podcast Ep. 21 – Michael Gnade, Indie Game Stand

I have a podcast about independent game development which I record every few weeks. Listen to the podcast Download the .mp3 Subscribe via iTunes This week I’m joined Mike Gnade, from Indie  Game Stand, a site to discover a new indie game every few days. Developers can upload their wares while consumers can purchase the……


Indie Dev Podcast – Ep 20, Daniel Parente

I have a podcast about independent game development which I record every few weeks. In this week’s episode, I am joined by Daniel Parente, CEO and Game Director of Hydra Interactive Entertainment, a young indie development studio based out of Madrid, Spain. He’s previously worked on a number of titles, including Alien Spidy, History Legends of……


Using blob storage to host my podcast .mp3 files

I host a podcast called The Indie Dev Podcast where I interview game developers from around the world in 30 minute segments. I’m always fascinated by what people are able to create, and I’m even more curious about how they make these games happen. I store the most recent episodes of the podcast on PodOmatic,……


I spoke about WebGL on David Giard’s video podcast

My peer in Chicago, David Giard, has a video podcast called “Technology and Friends”. During the MVP Open Days event in Philadelphia a few weks ago, I had a chance to hop on and talk about WebGL, in addition to that, we cover asm.js, and how middleware tools like Unity and Unreal Engine are using……