Paul Furio's Blog
Founder and CEO of SyncBuildRun, an Indie Episodic Gaming Startup in Seattle, WA. I'm a 19 Year Software Deveopment Vet, making games since 1999, and leading teams for the past five years.
Why does management do seemingly insane things? Why do we push for E3 demos that we know are throwaway code? Why are startup people so weird? They're insane, but in a way that keeps a business afloat.
SIx months into my game studio startup, I share my thoughts of what went well and what went not so well.
I share three lessons and guiding principals from world class leaders for ensuring that my projects are successful.
Part 2 of 2 in a quick series on how we organize and architect our screen management classes for easy extensibility and control. This post focuses on an Animation sequencer.
Part 1 of 2 in a quick series on how we organize and architect our screen management classes for easy extensibility and control.
How to Story Point and run 3-week Sprints in a non-Death March manner. They might even enjoy working this way.
Paul Furio's Comments
[Blog - 05/20/2015 - 02:13]
An excellent post. You have ...
An excellent post. You have to figure out what Agile Process or other tracking process works well for your team. As soon as you hit a certain critical mass size as a company, this will be ingrained as part of your culture, and new team members will be incentivized to ...
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[Feature - 09/03/1999 - 12:00]
A great reminder of how ...
A great reminder of how difficult network programming was in 1999-2000. I remember doing Internet-Multiplayer racing games for up to 4 players over a 33kbps modem, and realizing how difficult that was. Sending relatively tiny packets 5 times per second was the best we could hope for. r n r ...
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[Blog - 03/23/2015 - 12:53]
The Games Outcome project is ...
The Games Outcome project is an excellent read. r n r nMy personal philosophy aligns with what Dan Pink described in his book, Drive. When we are not crunching, we are free to have to time explore other interests, and these outside explorations broaden our point of view, and have ...