Matt Tropiano's little slice of web.

October 26, 2013 by Matt Tropiano
Tags: Radio, Doom

Salutations, all.

I've started a new show on Doom Radio about the programmers that help keep the Doom Community active called Knee-Deep in the Code, which I hope would pull back the curtain on some of the other people involved with Doom, other than the content creators.

Some parts of the broadcast may get a little technical in some places, but this should be expected when you have programmers talking a lot about their respective disciplines. In cases like these, I thought it best to bring a less tech-savvy person aboard to keep things accessible to everyday listeners. In the case of this episode, it was Doom Community and Doom Radio veteran Xaser, even though it was hard for him to get a word in during the broadcast (which is what usually happens when two passionate geeks start talking about their interests).

For the first episode, I was lucky enough to get Pascal vd Heiden for the first show. He had some quite interesting things to say about his projects and experiences developing software for (at the time) a growing community and how those experiences shaped his later works. Hopefully with future episodes, we get such insights with other guests.

Have a listen, and be enlightened.

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