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Download the Episode Here It finally happened! We wheedled the first person into sitting down with our ragtag group of developers for several minutes for an up close and personal interview. Travis Lacey is a freelance concept artist, seasoned Indie developer, official Steamworks Developer, Pax South Exhibitor, owner of Ravenseye
Download the Episode Here Just when you thought four’s a crowd, we add our fifth and final member to the Debug.Log crew! We are excited to welcome Eduardo Castillo Fernandez into the fold, who brings several years of professional development experience — both inside and out of the gaming realm.
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