Valve shares 28 talks from its first developer-only conference

Steam Dev Days session videos available online

Valve has released a collection of videos from its first-ever developer conference, Steam Dev Days.

Held in Seattle last month, the developer-only conference gave attendees a first look at Steam Machines, SteamOS and the firm’s plans for VR.

The Steam-maker has made 28 talks from its conference available online, along with downloadable slide and session notes.

Some of the recommended talks include In-Game Economies in Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2, Community and Communication in Games-as-services and What VR Could, Should, and Almost Certainly Will Be within Two Years.

Links to these sessions, and the full set, are available on the Steam Dev Days website.

See Valve’s Gabe Newell open the conference and welcome guests in the video below.

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