Valve has released the set of Steam Developer Days videos on YouTube and you can watch them right now. Gabe kicks things off and tore right into a quick Q&A. I am currently watching the "Steam Machines in 2014 - Opening up the Living Room." It's a really great presentation with Alienware and Intel taking the stage talking about what they are doing to bring Steam to the living room.

Overall there are 27 talks that should keep you in Valve bliss for quite some time. If you are interested in watching the Steam Developer Days videos come back and let me know what you think!

hardeyez wrote on 02/13/2014 at 10:05pm

here's the link to the playlist of the videos It was surprisingly difficult to figure out (if you start with a youtube search of steam dev days... not a lot, then hit valve's channel and you just see a teaser... It's actually the "Steamworks Development" channel...

AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 02/13/2014 at 10:57pm

I've been watching them on and off today as work allows and I'm finding the controller video to be incredibly intersting. They're walking through the design process and talking about how the design evolved.

AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 02/13/2014 at 10:57pm

interesting* that is

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 02/13/2014 at 11:15pm

I agree, they are really great. I think I'll watch them all sooner or later.

AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 02/14/2014 at 08:33pm

Just finished the Getting Started with Linux Game Development talk, and totally learned a lot. And I don't even program (nor use Linux) :)

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 02/15/2014 at 02:26pm

Finished up the Evolution of Consoles, Steam Features and a few
Talks on OpenGL and optimizing for Intel and AMD.

AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 02/17/2014 at 09:26pm

Almost done with Community and Communication in Games-As-Services, and I'm really happy to hear about how much Valve values it's players input. They're actively looking for users to talk about the game, and using what they learn from users to improve their games.

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 02/17/2014 at 11:10pm

Valve apparently has the attitude that people that pay them for things deserve attention. Who knew :D

AdamPFarnsworth wrote on 02/17/2014 at 11:50pm

I wish Autodesk felt the same way ;)

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 02/18/2014 at 03:08am

I wish all companies did man. Frankly customers make them rich but I don't think they understand that entirely.

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