We're talking to the co-hosts of the official Dungeons & Dragons podcast about their new book looking back at how the show came to mean so much to the D&D community.
Sponsored by IBM. Trust and security have been a big challenge throughout the pandemic, but the events of 2022 have tested these ideas like never before.
From Mad Max Fury Road to The Crown, World of Warcraft to The Boys, Sydney's Trackdown Studios makes big productions sound amazing.
Rosie Barnes from the YouTube channel Engineering With Rosie drops by to share her knowledge on all things clean energy and community building.
Meta's VR Turing Test intrigues Seamus on the latest episode of the Byteside podcast, while Nic is puzzled by a pop-up Metaverse shop.
Slack Huddles gave us an audio format for quick work chats. Now it's being extended to really put formal meetings out of business.
Konvoy is quietly making beer move from brewers to bars in a far smarter and more sustainable way. We chat to the founder to find out more.
We chat to R&D tax incentive expert Ben Thompson from Techlever about the Digital Games Tax Offset and some of the issues he'd like to see addressed ahead of its introduction.
We talk to Devolver Digital Marketing Manager Robbie Paterson about the publisher's "developer friendly" reputation and it's wild E3 video events.
We talk to Fortnite creative devs about the 'Lands Down Under' experience and their thoughts on the bigger potential for Fortnite as a metaverse platform.
Media Molecule Studio Director, Siobhan Reddy, joins the Byteside podcast to talk about creativity during the pandemic and the launch of new tutorials to help creators get started in Dreams.
We're talking to the founder of Pentanet, Stephen Cornish, exploring its Perth wireless network and its ambitions for networks everywhere.
Navid Khavari, Narrative Director on Far Cry 6, talks about creating a story to care about into a game best known for flambuoyant open world mayhem.
Meason 'Milo' Camille just wrapped his first season with the Pistons NBA 2K League team. We catch up on how hard he worked to make it.
We talk to the Irish skeleton racer about using a VR headset to improve his chances in one of the fastest sports on the planet.
We chat with professional cycler turned ANZ manager of Zwift about the company's game / fitness hybrid that avoids 'classes' in favour of fun.
For a business focused on conferencing tech, Poly has evolved quickly over the past year. We catch up with Andy Hurt to find out more.
We chat to the CEO of Antstream about creating a retro game streaming service and how it fits into the future of gaming.
This week's show debates the Gravitas Glory esports beer, the hunt for the white whale PS5, and the big TV shows coming soon.
It's been too long but the Byteside podcast is back for a catch up on what we've been watching and playing, plus WWDC and the Fastly mess.