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Ryg, Part II
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0:22Fabian Giesen: On caring about specific things as a native code developer, but being responsible for the experience of the end user of a shipped product
0:22Fabian Giesen: On caring about specific things as a native code developer, but being responsible for the experience of the end user of a shipped product
0:22Fabian Giesen: On caring about specific things as a native code developer, but being responsible for the experience of the end user of a shipped product
8:18Abner Coimbre: Q&A
8:18Abner Coimbre: Q&A
8:18Abner Coimbre: Q&A
9:16FG: On recreating programs, "reinventing the wheel" and the "Cascade of Attention-Deficit Teenagers" model1
9:16FG: On recreating programs, "reinventing the wheel" and the "Cascade of Attention-Deficit Teenagers" model1
9:16FG: On recreating programs, "reinventing the wheel" and the "Cascade of Attention-Deficit Teenagers" model1
15:26FG: Advocate reading other people's code and books
15:26FG: Advocate reading other people's code and books
15:26FG: Advocate reading other people's code and books
21:34FG: Recommend lcc, A Retargetable ANSI C compiler2 and Physically Based Rendering3
21:34FG: Recommend lcc, A Retargetable ANSI C compiler2 and Physically Based Rendering3
21:34FG: Recommend lcc, A Retargetable ANSI C compiler2 and Physically Based Rendering3
24:43CaptainKraft Q: What do you look for in a good debugger
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24:43CaptainKraft Q: What do you look for in a good debugger
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24:43CaptainKraft Q: What do you look for in a good debugger
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25:12FG: On wanting the basics to work
25:12FG: On wanting the basics to work
25:12FG: On wanting the basics to work
26:42Q: What do you think about Jonathan Blow's JAI language? And what is your most-wanted tool that you want, but you don't have?
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26:42Q: What do you think about Jonathan Blow's JAI language? And what is your most-wanted tool that you want, but you don't have?
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26:42Q: What do you think about Jonathan Blow's JAI language? And what is your most-wanted tool that you want, but you don't have?
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27:19FG: On Jon's language JAI
27:19FG: On Jon's language JAI
27:19FG: On Jon's language JAI
28:09FG: On wanting a portable assembly language
28:09FG: On wanting a portable assembly language
28:09FG: On wanting a portable assembly language
34:01ChronalDragon Q: Fabian, have you kept up with modern demoscene and do you think it would be still worthwhile to try to learn demoscene techniques
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34:01ChronalDragon Q: Fabian, have you kept up with modern demoscene and do you think it would be still worthwhile to try to learn demoscene techniques
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34:01ChronalDragon Q: Fabian, have you kept up with modern demoscene and do you think it would be still worthwhile to try to learn demoscene techniques
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34:15FG: On not keeping up with the demoscene
34:15FG: On not keeping up with the demoscene
34:15FG: On not keeping up with the demoscene
38:05serge_rgb Q: How much speedup does the code you write gain from general compiler optimisations? I have the impression your release builds are not much faster than your debug builds
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38:05serge_rgb Q: How much speedup does the code you write gain from general compiler optimisations? I have the impression your release builds are not much faster than your debug builds
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38:05serge_rgb Q: How much speedup does the code you write gain from general compiler optimisations? I have the impression your release builds are not much faster than your debug builds
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38:45FG: On compiler optimisations, and putting data in the right shape at the right time
38:45FG: On compiler optimisations, and putting data in the right shape at the right time
38:45FG: On compiler optimisations, and putting data in the right shape at the right time
48:55AC: Audio goes AWOL
48:55AC: Audio goes AWOL
48:55AC: Audio goes AWOL
49:47AC: One last question
49:47AC: One last question
49:47AC: One last question
50:33FG: Advice to become a more experienced programmer: Don't get too fixated on any particular problem solving strategy, but understand the problem
50:33FG: Advice to become a more experienced programmer: Don't get too fixated on any particular problem solving strategy, but understand the problem
50:33FG: Advice to become a more experienced programmer: Don't get too fixated on any particular problem solving strategy, but understand the problem
1:01:03FG: On Fabian's role at RAD, providing a fresh-perspective on projects
1:01:03FG: On Fabian's role at RAD, providing a fresh-perspective on projects
1:01:03FG: On Fabian's role at RAD, providing a fresh-perspective on projects
1:02:31AC: Thanks
1:02:31AC: Thanks
1:02:31AC: Thanks
1:03:13AC: Final thoughts and announcements
1:03:13AC: Final thoughts and announcements
1:03:13AC: Final thoughts and announcements
1:05:03End of stream
1:05:03End of stream
1:05:03End of stream