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reply Ethan Watson <gooberman gmail.com> writes:
http://www.rebootdevelop.hr/speakers/

Somewhere down the bottom of that list of speakers is my name. 
I'll be there talking about Binderoo, and will be announcing the 
first stable release at that conference.

The speaker list is an all-star line up of game development. Just 
a few examples:

Tim Cain (Fallout)
SUDA51 (Grasshopper games)
CliffyB (Epic, Gears of War)
Chris Taylor (Total Annihilation)
Chet Faliszek (Team Fortress 2, Portal 2)
Koji Igarashi (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
Chris Avellonne (Planescape: Torment)

Just being on the same list as those names is intimidating.

But of note, Jonathan Blow will also be speaking there. I expect 
he'll be doing a Jai thing. I also expect I'll have to answer 
some of his questions during my talk. Which will get *very* 
interesting indeed.
Feb 07
next sibling parent Ethan Watson <gooberman gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at 15:20:23 UTC, Ethan Watson wrote:
 http://www.rebootdevelop.hr/speakers/
I forgot to mention. I may not submit a DConf talk this year as a result. But I do want to attend, and I will see if one of the other Remedy guys wants to give a talk (he's been working on an ARC garbage collector for our usage that will get pushed out to Binderoo at some point).
Feb 07
prev sibling next sibling parent Meta <jared771 gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at 15:20:23 UTC, Ethan Watson wrote:
 http://www.rebootdevelop.hr/speakers/

 Somewhere down the bottom of that list of speakers is my name. 
 I'll be there talking about Binderoo, and will be announcing 
 the first stable release at that conference.

 The speaker list is an all-star line up of game development. 
 Just a few examples:

 Tim Cain (Fallout)
 SUDA51 (Grasshopper games)
 CliffyB (Epic, Gears of War)
 Chris Taylor (Total Annihilation)
 Chet Faliszek (Team Fortress 2, Portal 2)
 Koji Igarashi (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
 Chris Avellonne (Planescape: Torment)

 Just being on the same list as those names is intimidating.

 But of note, Jonathan Blow will also be speaking there. I 
 expect he'll be doing a Jai thing. I also expect I'll have to 
 answer some of his questions during my talk. Which will get 
 *very* interesting indeed.
Wow, that's a star-studded list. Good luck with your talk.
Feb 07
prev sibling next sibling parent reply extrawurst <stephan extrawurst.org> writes:
On Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at 15:20:23 UTC, Ethan Watson wrote:
 http://www.rebootdevelop.hr/speakers/

 Somewhere down the bottom of that list of speakers is my name. 
 I'll be there talking about Binderoo, and will be announcing 
 the first stable release at that conference.

 [...]
Hey congratz Ethan! By the way will you be at GDC in 3 weeks ? ~Stephan
Feb 07
parent Ethan Watson <gooberman gmail.com> writes:
On Wednesday, 8 February 2017 at 02:02:27 UTC, extrawurst wrote:
 Hey congratz Ethan! By the way will you be at GDC in 3 weeks ?
I won't be at GDC. A few other people from Remedy will be.
Feb 08
prev sibling parent Walter Bright <newshound2 digitalmars.com> writes:
On 2/7/2017 7:20 AM, Ethan Watson wrote:
 http://www.rebootdevelop.hr/speakers/

 Somewhere down the bottom of that list of speakers is my name. I'll be there
 talking about Binderoo, and will be announcing the first stable release at that
 conference.
Pretty dazz!
 The speaker list is an all-star line up of game development. Just a few
examples:

 Tim Cain (Fallout)
 SUDA51 (Grasshopper games)
 CliffyB (Epic, Gears of War)
 Chris Taylor (Total Annihilation)
 Chet Faliszek (Team Fortress 2, Portal 2)
 Koji Igarashi (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
 Chris Avellonne (Planescape: Torment)

 Just being on the same list as those names is intimidating.
My experience in being in an illustrious lineup is I get motivated to do my best, and it turns out to be great fun.
 But of note, Jonathan Blow will also be speaking there. I expect he'll be doing
 a Jai thing. I also expect I'll have to answer some of his questions during my
 talk. Which will get *very* interesting indeed.
It would be fun to talk to Jonathan. You're in for a good time!
Feb 07