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Miss Steam Dev Days? Watch the video presentations here
February 11, 2014 | By Christian Nutt

February 11, 2014 | By Christian Nutt
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Last month, Valve invited select developers to Washington for its first-ever conference. Now, anyone can watch the presentations on the web: Valve has posted 28 videos on YouTube, on its new Steamworks Development YouTube channel.

The full list of talks -- with descriptions, and links to the accompanying slides -- is available at the Steam Dev Days website.

According to devs who tweeted about the conference, the talks "In-Game Economies in Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2" and "Embracing User Generated Content" were particularly compelling viewing, as were the pair of virtual reality talks from Oculus VR and Valve's Michael Abrash (embedded above).

There are many other talks from many Valve and non-Valve developers at the link, too.


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SD Marlow
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I'm only a 3rd of the way thru their uploads, but some, like Ryan Gordon's talks, will have to be watched more than once (very fast and information deep). I guess it's interesting to see how the Steam marketplace is an outgrowth of the way Valve wants to distribute and monetize their own games, but I'm glad that a lot of the talks extend to Android/iOS development as well.


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