HandmadeCon 2015 Q&A (Part 2)
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0:00Casey Muratori: Welcome back
0:00Casey Muratori: Welcome back
0:00Casey Muratori: Welcome back
0:31Research papers often have a math-wall. How do you get past this barrier? Assuming you've got there, how do you find and evaluate papers?
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0:31Research papers often have a math-wall. How do you get past this barrier? Assuming you've got there, how do you find and evaluate papers?
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0:31Research papers often have a math-wall. How do you get past this barrier? Assuming you've got there, how do you find and evaluate papers?
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2:00Tommy Refenes: Finding unfamiliar symbols on Wikipedia
2:00Tommy Refenes: Finding unfamiliar symbols on Wikipedia
2:00Tommy Refenes: Finding unfamiliar symbols on Wikipedia
2:43Pat Wyatt: Drawing on expertise of biostatistician wife, and slowing down when reading papers
2:43Pat Wyatt: Drawing on expertise of biostatistician wife, and slowing down when reading papers
2:43Pat Wyatt: Drawing on expertise of biostatistician wife, and slowing down when reading papers
3:27Jonathan Blow: No math-wall for notation, but for concepts
3:27Jonathan Blow: No math-wall for notation, but for concepts
3:27Jonathan Blow: No math-wall for notation, but for concepts
6:31CM: Getting pointers to useful stuff by word-of-mouth
6:31CM: Getting pointers to useful stuff by word-of-mouth
6:31CM: Getting pointers to useful stuff by word-of-mouth
6:48CM: Often either the math is so obvious, or redoing it is the way to go
6:48CM: Often either the math is so obvious, or redoing it is the way to go
6:48CM: Often either the math is so obvious, or redoing it is the way to go
8:42How do you find research?
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8:42How do you find research?
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8:42How do you find research?
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9:18JB: Web search for, e.g. "interpolation of unstructured control points" for The Witness, and learning the subject space
9:18JB: Web search for, e.g. "interpolation of unstructured control points" for The Witness, and learning the subject space
9:18JB: Web search for, e.g. "interpolation of unstructured control points" for The Witness, and learning the subject space
10:41PW: Gauging the author's perspective from the conclusion
10:41PW: Gauging the author's perspective from the conclusion
10:41PW: Gauging the author's perspective from the conclusion
11:05CM: Going through known publications – e.g. SIGGRAPH – and reference-crawling bibliographies
11:05CM: Going through known publications – e.g. SIGGRAPH – and reference-crawling bibliographies
11:05CM: Going through known publications – e.g. SIGGRAPH – and reference-crawling bibliographies
13:34JB: I don't know what I don't know, e.g. Ken Shoemake's quaternion paper1
13:34JB: I don't know what I don't know, e.g. Ken Shoemake's quaternion paper1
13:34JB: I don't know what I don't know, e.g. Ken Shoemake's quaternion paper1
14:31CM: Pulling in mathematical concepts from other fields than programming, and further seeing what other practical problems they may apply to
14:31CM: Pulling in mathematical concepts from other fields than programming, and further seeing what other practical problems they may apply to
14:31CM: Pulling in mathematical concepts from other fields than programming, and further seeing what other practical problems they may apply to
15:32PW: We're still waiting for your paper on using Taylor series expansion for estimating the division coordinate for quaternions
15:32PW: We're still waiting for your paper on using Taylor series expansion for estimating the division coordinate for quaternions
15:32PW: We're still waiting for your paper on using Taylor series expansion for estimating the division coordinate for quaternions
15:46CM: I remember this incident, but I never used the Taylor series expansion for it
15:46CM: I remember this incident, but I never used the Taylor series expansion for it
15:46CM: I remember this incident, but I never used the Taylor series expansion for it
15:55PW: It was an estimation of the division term
15:55PW: It was an estimation of the division term
15:55PW: It was an estimation of the division term
16:01CM: A simple first-order approximation to renormalise a vector whose length was close to 1
16:01CM: A simple first-order approximation to renormalise a vector whose length was close to 1
16:01CM: A simple first-order approximation to renormalise a vector whose length was close to 1
16:54PW: Spending a month trying to optimise quaternions for Guild Wars' animation system, before Casey came along with the solution
16:54PW: Spending a month trying to optimise quaternions for Guild Wars' animation system, before Casey came along with the solution
16:54PW: Spending a month trying to optimise quaternions for Guild Wars' animation system, before Casey came along with the solution
17:28CM: Renormalising vectors all the time
17:28CM: Renormalising vectors all the time
17:28CM: Renormalising vectors all the time
17:52Ron Gilbert: I have no idea what you guys are talking about
17:52Ron Gilbert: I have no idea what you guys are talking about
17:52Ron Gilbert: I have no idea what you guys are talking about
18:00JB: It's what lets the hand go on the doorknob
18:00JB: It's what lets the hand go on the doorknob
18:00JB: It's what lets the hand go on the doorknob
18:10CM: If it hadn't been over a decade, I could re-derive it
18:10CM: If it hadn't been over a decade, I could re-derive it
18:10CM: If it hadn't been over a decade, I could re-derive it
18:41How do you evaluate a research paper?
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18:41How do you evaluate a research paper?
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18:41How do you evaluate a research paper?
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18:58JB: It's a steep curve with really good papers clustered at the top
18:58JB: It's a steep curve with really good papers clustered at the top
18:58JB: It's a steep curve with really good papers clustered at the top
19:30CM: You were saying to look at the conclusion
19:30CM: You were saying to look at the conclusion
19:30CM: You were saying to look at the conclusion
19:45PW: Look at the abstract, then the conclusion to see the results, and see if that warrants reading the rest
19:45PW: Look at the abstract, then the conclusion to see the results, and see if that warrants reading the rest
19:45PW: Look at the abstract, then the conclusion to see the results, and see if that warrants reading the rest
19:53CM: So the middle gets paged in if the two ends look good?
19:53CM: So the middle gets paged in if the two ends look good?
19:53CM: So the middle gets paged in if the two ends look good?
19:57JB: Some authors are reliable, e.g. Kahan
19:57JB: Some authors are reliable, e.g. Kahan
19:57JB: Some authors are reliable, e.g. Kahan
20:16CM: Maybe we don't use research as much as we think we do
20:16CM: Maybe we don't use research as much as we think we do
20:16CM: Maybe we don't use research as much as we think we do
20:25JB: We used to research more in the olden days
20:25JB: We used to research more in the olden days
20:25JB: We used to research more in the olden days
20:59ApoorvaJ When creating an engine or shipping a game, what do you look for in a file format for asset data? How do you balance compression vs speed vs readability? What is the best file format you've worked with, and why?
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20:59ApoorvaJ When creating an engine or shipping a game, what do you look for in a file format for asset data? How do you balance compression vs speed vs readability? What is the best file format you've worked with, and why?
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20:59ApoorvaJ When creating an engine or shipping a game, what do you look for in a file format for asset data? How do you balance compression vs speed vs readability? What is the best file format you've worked with, and why?
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21:46RG: Gravitating towards ASCII formats, having gotten bitten by endianness
21:46RG: Gravitating towards ASCII formats, having gotten bitten by endianness
21:46RG: Gravitating towards ASCII formats, having gotten bitten by endianness
22:35CM: So your room layout tool will save out to a text description?
22:35CM: So your room layout tool will save out to a text description?
22:35CM: So your room layout tool will save out to a text description?
22:49RG: Speedy text manipulation vs GUI tools
22:49RG: Speedy text manipulation vs GUI tools
22:49RG: Speedy text manipulation vs GUI tools
23:10PW: Guild Wars's model exporter, storing unprocessed source data in addition to the compressed model
23:10PW: Guild Wars's model exporter, storing unprocessed source data in addition to the compressed model
23:10PW: Guild Wars's model exporter, storing unprocessed source data in addition to the compressed model
24:14CM: And that saved you having to export again?
24:14CM: And that saved you having to export again?
24:14CM: And that saved you having to export again?
24:27PW: Gaspar Games automated 3DS Max export
24:27PW: Gaspar Games automated 3DS Max export
24:27PW: Gaspar Games automated 3DS Max export
24:46CM: Your system also protected against 3DS Max upgrades
24:46CM: Your system also protected against 3DS Max upgrades
24:46CM: Your system also protected against 3DS Max upgrades
25:11TR: ASCII for config files, and chunked file format
25:11TR: ASCII for config files, and chunked file format
25:11TR: ASCII for config files, and chunked file format
25:51CM: And the difference with JSON is that you don't want to have to start parsing things?
25:51CM: And the difference with JSON is that you don't want to have to start parsing things?
25:51CM: And the difference with JSON is that you don't want to have to start parsing things?
25:57TR: Using what's documented
25:57TR: Using what's documented
25:57TR: Using what's documented
26:37JB: Different file formats for release and for tools pipeline, e.g. entities in The Witness
26:37JB: Different file formats for release and for tools pipeline, e.g. entities in The Witness
26:37JB: Different file formats for release and for tools pipeline, e.g. entities in The Witness
29:55CM: So you're saying, whatever you look for in a file format is what makes the systems on either side of it work well?
29:55CM: So you're saying, whatever you look for in a file format is what makes the systems on either side of it work well?
29:55CM: So you're saying, whatever you look for in a file format is what makes the systems on either side of it work well?
30:15JB: Contextual file format, text-only for small amounts of data
30:15JB: Contextual file format, text-only for small amounts of data
30:15JB: Contextual file format, text-only for small amounts of data
31:48CM: How do you know if it's been edited?
31:48CM: How do you know if it's been edited?
31:48CM: How do you know if it's been edited?
32:07JB: printf() in Windows is worse than 1-bit error for floats
32:07JB: printf() in Windows is worse than 1-bit error for floats
32:07JB: printf() in Windows is worse than 1-bit error for floats
32:14CM: How do you know the reason why the hex and float don't agree?
32:14CM: How do you know the reason why the hex and float don't agree?
32:14CM: How do you know the reason why the hex and float don't agree?
32:27JB: Tactics in file format, omitting container IDs to play nicely with version control
32:27JB: Tactics in file format, omitting container IDs to play nicely with version control
32:27JB: Tactics in file format, omitting container IDs to play nicely with version control
34:27CM: Still trying to nail down the reason why the hex and float don't agree
34:27CM: Still trying to nail down the reason why the hex and float don't agree
34:27CM: Still trying to nail down the reason why the hex and float don't agree
35:16RG: When the user edits the floating point value, you delete the hex value
35:16RG: When the user edits the floating point value, you delete the hex value
35:16RG: When the user edits the floating point value, you delete the hex value
35:24JB: Maybe also measure the magnitude of the difference
35:24JB: Maybe also measure the magnitude of the difference
35:24JB: Maybe also measure the magnitude of the difference
35:38CM: So the user must remember to delete the hex value?
35:38CM: So the user must remember to delete the hex value?
35:38CM: So the user must remember to delete the hex value?
35:49JB: Entities are rarely changed, and variables are read-only
35:49JB: Entities are rarely changed, and variables are read-only
35:49JB: Entities are rarely changed, and variables are read-only
36:31CM: Storing a variable length list, with items recording their parent
36:31CM: Storing a variable length list, with items recording their parent
36:31CM: Storing a variable length list, with items recording their parent
37:52JB: Marker entity type in The Witness
37:52JB: Marker entity type in The Witness
37:52JB: Marker entity type in The Witness
38:52occamin If you could go back in time and give yourself only one piece of advice at the beginning of your career, what would it be?
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38:52occamin If you could go back in time and give yourself only one piece of advice at the beginning of your career, what would it be?
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38:52occamin If you could go back in time and give yourself only one piece of advice at the beginning of your career, what would it be?
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39:16CM: Deep thoughts
39:16CM: Deep thoughts
39:16CM: Deep thoughts
39:26PW: If anybody tells to anything related to finance or legal, get a lawyer to review it
39:26PW: If anybody tells to anything related to finance or legal, get a lawyer to review it
39:26PW: If anybody tells to anything related to finance or legal, get a lawyer to review it
39:43TR: Maybe spend the money on lawyers
39:43TR: Maybe spend the money on lawyers
39:43TR: Maybe spend the money on lawyers
39:58RG: I think I would have told myself to be a lawyer
39:58RG: I think I would have told myself to be a lawyer
39:58RG: I think I would have told myself to be a lawyer
40:07CM: So 50% of the panel says, "talk to a lawyer"
40:07CM: So 50% of the panel says, "talk to a lawyer"
40:07CM: So 50% of the panel says, "talk to a lawyer"
40:31RG: Don't be afraid to fail
40:31RG: Don't be afraid to fail
40:31RG: Don't be afraid to fail
41:12CM: Do this come from not having experienced success?
41:12CM: Do this come from not having experienced success?
41:12CM: Do this come from not having experienced success?
41:48RG: Watching people we have respect for fail
41:48RG: Watching people we have respect for fail
41:48RG: Watching people we have respect for fail
42:33CM: Internalising the fact of other programmers making mistakes
42:33CM: Internalising the fact of other programmers making mistakes
42:33CM: Internalising the fact of other programmers making mistakes
43:15JB: Don't reason yourself into a corner, but trust your observation that things are wrong
43:15JB: Don't reason yourself into a corner, but trust your observation that things are wrong
43:15JB: Don't reason yourself into a corner, but trust your observation that things are wrong
45:30CM: From Jeff: Actually finish pieces of code before moving on
45:30CM: From Jeff: Actually finish pieces of code before moving on
45:30CM: From Jeff: Actually finish pieces of code before moving on
48:29JB: Avoid piling up shortcuts that you intend to go back and refine
48:29JB: Avoid piling up shortcuts that you intend to go back and refine
48:29JB: Avoid piling up shortcuts that you intend to go back and refine
50:28CM: Distinguish between "adding stuff to the system" and "making the system good"
50:28CM: Distinguish between "adding stuff to the system" and "making the system good"
50:28CM: Distinguish between "adding stuff to the system" and "making the system good"
51:10JB: Implementing systems later than in Handmade Hero
51:10JB: Implementing systems later than in Handmade Hero
51:10JB: Implementing systems later than in Handmade Hero
52:44CM: Getting confused with new systems
52:44CM: Getting confused with new systems
52:44CM: Getting confused with new systems
53:14JB: Context-appropriate decisions
53:14JB: Context-appropriate decisions
53:14JB: Context-appropriate decisions
54:12CM: I don't understand the punctuation
54:12CM: I don't understand the punctuation
54:12CM: I don't understand the punctuation
54:24JB: When somehow asks you how you design a game, you have to plug them into the matrix
54:24JB: When somehow asks you how you design a game, you have to plug them into the matrix
54:24JB: When somehow asks you how you design a game, you have to plug them into the matrix
54:48CM: So you have a complex set of changing, internal trade-offs?
54:48CM: So you have a complex set of changing, internal trade-offs?
54:48CM: So you have a complex set of changing, internal trade-offs?
55:18JB: I don't do that too often, but I have done it
55:18JB: I don't do that too often, but I have done it
55:18JB: I don't do that too often, but I have done it
55:21PW: Step 1: Write a Jon Blow simulator and run your problem through it
55:21PW: Step 1: Write a Jon Blow simulator and run your problem through it
55:21PW: Step 1: Write a Jon Blow simulator and run your problem through it
55:24JB: Chris Butcher's asset system is the technical version of this
55:24JB: Chris Butcher's asset system is the technical version of this
55:24JB: Chris Butcher's asset system is the technical version of this
56:13CM: We have fifteen minutes left
56:13CM: We have fifteen minutes left
56:13CM: We have fifteen minutes left
56:18JB: I'm gonna not talk for the rest of the fifteen minutes
56:18JB: I'm gonna not talk for the rest of the fifteen minutes
56:18JB: I'm gonna not talk for the rest of the fifteen minutes
56:24ClamorousVole Regarding the prevention of cheating, how much of a difference does encrypting gameplay network traffic realistically make? I often hear it is important, but it seems to me it would only catch the lowest hanging fruit
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56:24ClamorousVole Regarding the prevention of cheating, how much of a difference does encrypting gameplay network traffic realistically make? I often hear it is important, but it seems to me it would only catch the lowest hanging fruit
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56:24ClamorousVole Regarding the prevention of cheating, how much of a difference does encrypting gameplay network traffic realistically make? I often hear it is important, but it seems to me it would only catch the lowest hanging fruit
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56:48PW: Encryption is used to prevent personal data being stolen. It can be useful as an anti-cheat mechanism on consoles, but doesn't save you at all on PCs
56:48PW: Encryption is used to prevent personal data being stolen. It can be useful as an anti-cheat mechanism on consoles, but doesn't save you at all on PCs
56:48PW: Encryption is used to prevent personal data being stolen. It can be useful as an anti-cheat mechanism on consoles, but doesn't save you at all on PCs
57:51CM: So encryption is for keeping user-known data from being snooped?
57:51CM: So encryption is for keeping user-known data from being snooped?
57:51CM: So encryption is for keeping user-known data from being snooped?
58:00PW: That's right
58:00PW: That's right
58:00PW: That's right
58:01CaptainKraft When debugging your code, are there obviously shortcomings in the debuggers you use? Are there any obvious things that debuggers should do to make debugging easier?
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58:01CaptainKraft When debugging your code, are there obviously shortcomings in the debuggers you use? Are there any obvious things that debuggers should do to make debugging easier?
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58:01CaptainKraft When debugging your code, are there obviously shortcomings in the debuggers you use? Are there any obvious things that debuggers should do to make debugging easier?
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58:58PW: Watcom C/C++ 10.02 had breakpoint scripting
58:58PW: Watcom C/C++ 10.02 had breakpoint scripting
58:58PW: Watcom C/C++ 10.02 had breakpoint scripting
59:31RG: Trying to track down a bug that only happens when the game is running in fullscreen mode
59:31RG: Trying to track down a bug that only happens when the game is running in fullscreen mode
59:31RG: Trying to track down a bug that only happens when the game is running in fullscreen mode
59:51CM: So you don't use a secondary monitor?
59:51CM: So you don't use a secondary monitor?
59:51CM: So you don't use a secondary monitor?
59:54RG: I do not, no
59:54RG: I do not, no
59:54RG: I do not, no
59:59CM: Are you café-only programming?
59:59CM: Are you café-only programming?
59:59CM: Are you café-only programming?
1:00:03PW: EGA monitors, you can't dual monitor them
1:00:03PW: EGA monitors, you can't dual monitor them
1:00:03PW: EGA monitors, you can't dual monitor them
1:00:09CM: So literally some way to overlay the text on the screen would solve this problem?
1:00:09CM: So literally some way to overlay the text on the screen would solve this problem?
1:00:09CM: So literally some way to overlay the text on the screen would solve this problem?
1:00:17RG: It's difficult to debug on a laptop when in fullscreen mode
1:00:17RG: It's difficult to debug on a laptop when in fullscreen mode
1:00:17RG: It's difficult to debug on a laptop when in fullscreen mode
1:00:25CM: I guess I'll say Tommy, not Jon here
1:00:25CM: I guess I'll say Tommy, not Jon here
1:00:25CM: I guess I'll say Tommy, not Jon here
1:00:31TR: Creating data breakpoints by right-clicking in the watch window and clicking "Watch"
1:00:31TR: Creating data breakpoints by right-clicking in the watch window and clicking "Watch"
1:00:31TR: Creating data breakpoints by right-clicking in the watch window and clicking "Watch"
1:00:52Yeah!
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1:00:52Yeah!
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1:00:52Yeah!
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1:00:55TR: Why isn't that a thing?
1:00:55TR: Why isn't that a thing?
1:00:55TR: Why isn't that a thing?
1:01:11JB: You used to be able to drag a breakpoint from line to line
1:01:11JB: You used to be able to drag a breakpoint from line to line
1:01:11JB: You used to be able to drag a breakpoint from line to line
1:01:42Oswald_Hurlem What are the costs / benefits of shipping a mod API or level editor with a game?
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1:01:42Oswald_Hurlem What are the costs / benefits of shipping a mod API or level editor with a game?
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1:01:42Oswald_Hurlem What are the costs / benefits of shipping a mod API or level editor with a game?
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1:02:07PW: Other companies benefit hugely, but Warcraft III also spawned an extended life cycle
1:02:07PW: Other companies benefit hugely, but Warcraft III also spawned an extended life cycle
1:02:07PW: Other companies benefit hugely, but Warcraft III also spawned an extended life cycle
1:03:19CM: It seems like a lot of the value seems to derive from the ability to change the actual game
1:03:19CM: It seems like a lot of the value seems to derive from the ability to change the actual game
1:03:19CM: It seems like a lot of the value seems to derive from the ability to change the actual game
1:04:21PW: Warcraft II with its level editor didn't spawn any derivative games, whereas Warcraft III with its modding capability did
1:04:21PW: Warcraft II with its level editor didn't spawn any derivative games, whereas Warcraft III with its modding capability did
1:04:21PW: Warcraft II with its level editor didn't spawn any derivative games, whereas Warcraft III with its modding capability did
1:04:37CM: Tommy, do you have anything?
1:04:37CM: Tommy, do you have anything?
1:04:37CM: Tommy, do you have anything?
1:04:41TR: Mods vs level editor is based on the context of the game, and Super Meat Boy's level editor works well for the game
1:04:41TR: Mods vs level editor is based on the context of the game, and Super Meat Boy's level editor works well for the game
1:04:41TR: Mods vs level editor is based on the context of the game, and Super Meat Boy's level editor works well for the game
1:06:11CM: What about the cost part of shipping a level editor?
1:06:11CM: What about the cost part of shipping a level editor?
1:06:11CM: What about the cost part of shipping a level editor?
1:06:50TR: Wanting to have a break from developing the game after launch
1:06:50TR: Wanting to have a break from developing the game after launch
1:06:50TR: Wanting to have a break from developing the game after launch
1:07:58How do you know what it is to be at different levels of productivity?
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1:07:58How do you know what it is to be at different levels of productivity?
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1:07:58How do you know what it is to be at different levels of productivity?
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1:09:12RG: The number of times per hour that I open up twitter
1:09:12RG: The number of times per hour that I open up twitter
1:09:12RG: The number of times per hour that I open up twitter
1:09:21TR: Three times an hour is a good day
1:09:21TR: Three times an hour is a good day
1:09:21TR: Three times an hour is a good day
1:09:26CM: What is a good number?
1:09:26CM: What is a good number?
1:09:26CM: What is a good number?
1:09:37RG: Logging out of twitter, and using two-factor authentication as a productivity measure
1:09:37RG: Logging out of twitter, and using two-factor authentication as a productivity measure
1:09:37RG: Logging out of twitter, and using two-factor authentication as a productivity measure
1:10:20TR: And the same way, if you're not feeling it, you can continue to stay logged it
1:10:20TR: And the same way, if you're not feeling it, you can continue to stay logged it
1:10:20TR: And the same way, if you're not feeling it, you can continue to stay logged it
1:10:36CM: Would you say that we could get productivity gains by moving to three-factor authentication?
1:10:36CM: Would you say that we could get productivity gains by moving to three-factor authentication?
1:10:36CM: Would you say that we could get productivity gains by moving to three-factor authentication?
1:10:52PW: Checking emails and searching the internet for solutions are signs of burnout
1:10:52PW: Checking emails and searching the internet for solutions are signs of burnout
1:10:52PW: Checking emails and searching the internet for solutions are signs of burnout
1:11:21CM: So searching for other people's answers is a sign?
1:11:21CM: So searching for other people's answers is a sign?
1:11:21CM: So searching for other people's answers is a sign?
1:11:38What old school books did you like back when people still read books about programming?
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1:11:38What old school books did you like back when people still read books about programming?
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1:11:38What old school books did you like back when people still read books about programming?
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1:12:09RG: The Commodore 64 manual3
1:12:09RG: The Commodore 64 manual3
1:12:09RG: The Commodore 64 manual3
1:12:47PW: Liking an AI programming book in college; but not liking K&R4
1:12:47PW: Liking an AI programming book in college; but not liking K&R4
1:12:47PW: Liking an AI programming book in college; but not liking K&R4
1:13:34CM: So the K&R C book5 was too language-specific?
1:13:34CM: So the K&R C book5 was too language-specific?
1:13:34CM: So the K&R C book5 was too language-specific?
1:13:48TR: A QBasic book, for a Panasonic computer
1:13:48TR: A QBasic book, for a Panasonic computer
1:13:48TR: A QBasic book, for a Panasonic computer
1:14:22CM: Jon?
1:14:22CM: Jon?
1:14:22CM: Jon?
1:14:35JB: Getting into programming using books for the RadioShack TRS-80 Color Computer6
1:14:35JB: Getting into programming using books for the RadioShack TRS-80 Color Computer6
1:14:35JB: Getting into programming using books for the RadioShack TRS-80 Color Computer6
1:15:03CM: Thanks so much for coming back, everyone
1:15:03CM: Thanks so much for coming back, everyone
1:15:03CM: Thanks so much for coming back, everyone
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