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EmberGen - Q&A
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0:03Abner Coimbre: Is this one of the few examples of a company that picked up people from the Handmade online community?
0:03Abner Coimbre: Is this one of the few examples of a company that picked up people from the Handmade online community?
0:03Abner Coimbre: Is this one of the few examples of a company that picked up people from the Handmade online community?
0:23Nick Seavert: Hiring on the back of the Handmade Manifesto,1 originally written by Andrew Chronister
0:23Nick Seavert: Hiring on the back of the Handmade Manifesto,1 originally written by Andrew Chronister
0:23Nick Seavert: Hiring on the back of the Handmade Manifesto,1 originally written by Andrew Chronister
0:51swolpert How did you build the technical expertise needed to hire the right technical people to build your product?
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0:51swolpert How did you build the technical expertise needed to hire the right technical people to build your product?
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0:51swolpert How did you build the technical expertise needed to hire the right technical people to build your product?
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1:01NS: Browsing graphics programming forums, with Morten vetting people, and Gil providing expertise
1:01NS: Browsing graphics programming forums, with Morten vetting people, and Gil providing expertise
1:01NS: Browsing graphics programming forums, with Morten vetting people, and Gil providing expertise
1:43AC: Interesting split of responsibilities amongst founders. You also know some programming?
1:43AC: Interesting split of responsibilities amongst founders. You also know some programming?
1:43AC: Interesting split of responsibilities amongst founders. You also know some programming?
1:57NS: Programming a 2D physics engine
1:57NS: Programming a 2D physics engine
1:57NS: Programming a 2D physics engine
2:12pal What were the main skills and knowledge you needed to learn in building such a high-fidelity simulation system from scratch? (It seems like magic, so I'm asking for the magicians' secrets)
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2:12pal What were the main skills and knowledge you needed to learn in building such a high-fidelity simulation system from scratch? (It seems like magic, so I'm asking for the magicians' secrets)
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2:12pal What were the main skills and knowledge you needed to learn in building such a high-fidelity simulation system from scratch? (It seems like magic, so I'm asking for the magicians' secrets)
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2:24NS: Incremental magic, starting with Jos Stam's Art of Fluid Animation2
2:24NS: Incremental magic, starting with Jos Stam's Art of Fluid Animation2
2:24NS: Incremental magic, starting with Jos Stam's Art of Fluid Animation2
3:45evan How did you do such a great job at marketing with this? I originally found out about EmberGen from a YouTube video from a really big FX and CGI team that have nothing to do with programming, and my friend talked to me about it who knows almost no programming and especially has no idea what Handmade is
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3:45evan How did you do such a great job at marketing with this? I originally found out about EmberGen from a YouTube video from a really big FX and CGI team that have nothing to do with programming, and my friend talked to me about it who knows almost no programming and especially has no idea what Handmade is
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3:45evan How did you do such a great job at marketing with this? I originally found out about EmberGen from a YouTube video from a really big FX and CGI team that have nothing to do with programming, and my friend talked to me about it who knows almost no programming and especially has no idea what Handmade is
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4:10NS: Marketing on YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit
4:10NS: Marketing on YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit
4:10NS: Marketing on YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit
5:17reuben What's the story behind your company adopting Odin3 and why did you go that route, considering basing your technical product on a new language would be considered a risky bet in most other business circles?
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5:17reuben What's the story behind your company adopting Odin3 and why did you go that route, considering basing your technical product on a new language would be considered a risky bet in most other business circles?
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5:17reuben What's the story behind your company adopting Odin3 and why did you go that route, considering basing your technical product on a new language would be considered a risky bet in most other business circles?
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5:38NS: Adopting Odin,4 with Bill on the team
5:38NS: Adopting Odin,4 with Bill on the team
5:38NS: Adopting Odin,4 with Bill on the team
7:13samhsmith Is your business helped by your product being so unique that you essentially have no competitors?
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7:13samhsmith Is your business helped by your product being so unique that you essentially have no competitors?
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7:13samhsmith Is your business helped by your product being so unique that you essentially have no competitors?
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7:25NS: Product uniqueness and love of the team
7:25NS: Product uniqueness and love of the team
7:25NS: Product uniqueness and love of the team
8:20shurane The Spall demo from yesterday5 is also in Odin!6
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8:20shurane The Spall demo from yesterday5 is also in Odin!6
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8:20shurane The Spall demo from yesterday5 is also in Odin!6
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8:25phil Todool7 as well
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8:25phil Todool7 as well
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8:25phil Todool7 as well
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8:34rsms Do you see yourself as a power user of your tools? If so, how does that help you (and make it harder for you)?
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8:34rsms Do you see yourself as a power user of your tools? If so, how does that help you (and make it harder for you)?
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8:34rsms Do you see yourself as a power user of your tools? If so, how does that help you (and make it harder for you)?
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8:43NS: Being a user as CEO, to guide decisions
8:43NS: Being a user as CEO, to guide decisions
8:43NS: Being a user as CEO, to guide decisions
10:02AC: Is software simplicity always at front and centre as you add features?
10:02AC: Is software simplicity always at front and centre as you add features?
10:02AC: Is software simplicity always at front and centre as you add features?
10:18NS: Striving for software simplicity, as the sharpest knife in the drawer, not the whole kitchen
10:18NS: Striving for software simplicity, as the sharpest knife in the drawer, not the whole kitchen
10:18NS: Striving for software simplicity, as the sharpest knife in the drawer, not the whole kitchen
10:59AC: Bravo!
10:59AC: Bravo!
10:59AC: Bravo!