Episode 53: SIEGE 2016 Wrap-Up
This weekend was AWESOME. I had the pleasure to go to SIEGE (Southern Interactive Entertainment & Game Expo) for the first time. For those of you who don’t know what SIEGE is, let me give you an overview. It is a game development conference like GDC and Unite, but it is hosted just in Atlanta. Like other game dev conferences, it has talks about relevant topics in the industry, a Showroom where people can play local studio’s games, and of course, it has a big party where you can meet other devs. In today’s episode Zack and I tell Andrew our experiences in SIEGE 2016. In addition, we try a new episode format because we include some interviews that I made while I was there. The conference was extremely fun and helpful. I not only had the honor to talk to Rand Miller, but also was part of the portfolio review team, where I could help other fellow devs who recently graduated from school to find their path and prepare for future job interviews. It was certainly an unforgettable conference for me, but that was not the best part, my favorite moment was when I went to Zack’s talk about version control. I have to say that I am very proud to see The Debug Log team helping the community of game devs here in Atlanta.
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