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  1. The SML Podcast - Episode 842: Can’t Hackett

    The show kicks off with Aki and I discussing how late Jacob would be before introducing my good friend Matt "richtaur" Hackett to the SML Universe. We chat about his book "How to Make a Video Game All By Yourself" as well as past projects he's worked on, future projects that have his attention, not to mention chatting about music, MAGFest, composer Joshua Morse, and tons more!

    After a phone call to wake Jacob Garner up, all of us continue on with the news of the week including the latest news from the Xbox and Bethesda Developer_Direct event, the newest additions and departures for Xbox Game Pass including Goldeneye's long awaited release, Crystal Dynamics shuttering The Avengers, Justin Roiland screwing up royally and being ousted from his company and show, and plenty more! It's an awesome time with Matt hanging around with us so go check out his book! Plus reviews with an Andy Sperry email!

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  2. How to Make a Video Game By Yourself ft. Matt Hackett

    In this episode of the Single Player Experience Sebastion changes things up and focuses on the art of video game development. For a topic like this Sebastion called in the special guest for the episode, Matt Hackett. Matt is the author of the Book, How to Make a Video Game, and he’s also developed several games, including A Wizard’s Lizard and Indie Game Sim. In this Episode, Sebastion and Matt discuss the book, Matt gives some video game recommendations and Matt tries the ProNerd Trivia Challenge.

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  3. Building Desktop and Mobile Video Games with DragonRuby with Amir Rajan - RUBY 572

    Game Developer and CEO of DragonRuby, Amir Rajan returns to the show. He joins the rogues to talk about DragonRuby. DragonRuby is a zero dependency, cross-platform, Ruby runtime built on top of mRuby, libSDL, and LLVM. Additionally, Amir talks about how it allows you to use the Ruby language to build video games. He also shares his experiences when it comes to working with mruby.

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  4. The Random Show Threesome — Tim Ferriss, Kevin Rose, and Matt Mullenweg (#209)

    My first live podcast in New York City was recorded at the 92nd Street Y to a sold-out crowd of about 900 people.

    This episode comes from The Random Show segment of the evening when I took the stage with Kevin Rose and Matt Mullenweg.

    Kevin Rose (@KevinRose) has been my partner in crime for many things. He’s one of the best stock pickers in the startup world, the co-founder of Digg and Milk, a general partner at Google Ventures, and CEO of Hodinkee.

    Matt Mullenweg (@photomatt) is most associated with a tool that powers more than 25% of the entire Web: WordPress. He’s also the CEO of Automattic, which is a multi-billion dollar, fully distributed startup.

    We talk about lots of things — including setting goals and New Year’s resolutions. I hope you enjoy!

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  5. Rework: Open Source and Power with Matt Mullenweg

    Matt Mullenweg, the founding developer of WordPress and the founder of Automattic, joins Basecamp co-founder David Heinemeier Hansson for a spirited debate about tech monopolies, power in open-source communities, and how to be good stewards of the modern web that they helped build.

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  6. Corecursive: The Birth of Unix with Brian Kernighan

    When you work on your computer, there are so many things you take for granted: operating systems, programming languages, they all have to come from somewhere.

    In the late 1960s and 1970s, that somewhere was Bell Labs, and the operating system they were building was UNIX.

    They were building more than just an operating system though. They were building a way to work with computers that had never existed before.

    In today’s episode I talk to Brian Kernighan about the history of Unix.

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