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Archive: May 2012

The Pull Request Episode 13: The thin grey line

Wherein we discuss the burdens of family, migrating existing blogs to Github and using Jekyll for content publishing, going into debt to finance GOG and Steam summer sales, the lengths people will go to to get their startup off the ground, Randy Johnson, the trouble that 38 studios experienced, development costs for games.  

The Pull Request Episode 12: How are free time made?

Wherein John and I discuss, babies, wedding planning, responsibilities, starting a company – the paperwork and costs involved, finding time to actually think about things, creating humans, how babies look like siblings/relatives, how our group doesn’t talk when John is away, Starting a company involves a lot of paperwork, John and I reminisce¬†about various hacks [...]

May 22 / 2012

The Pull Request Episode 11: The Differential #1

This is a special episode of The Pull Request wherein John and Jared catch up and discuss some interesting sites/project/code that they are working on: Get Off My Lawn. Get off my lawn is a isometric tower defense game that they are building together. Show notes after the break!

May 09 / 2012

The Pull Request Episode 10

Wherein we discuss brogrammers, code pushups, the sport of underwater hockey, the only key combination you’ll ever need, Dvorak keyboard layouts, You suck at photoshop, impersonations, talent vs effort, and Eliza Dushku. Show notes: The StackExchange Meetup was this weekend (hope you went and had a good time!) John explains what meetup.com is, which leads [...]

May 01 / 2012