In this episode, Laszlo talks about the changes that happened over the last three decades in game development and programming.
When Gabor recently acquired a handful of spiderlings, he decided to create for them the perfect climate, in a smart terrarium.
What happens if the system breaks? If you wake up in the middle of the night and are unable to turn on the lights? Would somebody be able to hack into your system and turn the heating off when it’s freezing outside? Attila gave an answer to each of my questions.
Programmer Patrik Patassy is part of our Sea of Thieves team. He’s very much into maths and learning new skills. He loves long walks on sandy beaches and he really likes video games too.
In this post, Attila talks us through the smart objects he installed in his own home and advises on where to start your home automation process if you’re new to it all.
Here is the list of the most played video games by the team of Sponge Hammer in 2021. Some of them are old, some of them are new.
We launched our 5 links in November 2019 and since then, we have posted it 93 times. The original idea came from that we are sharing a vast amount of interesting news on our Slack channels, which generates conversations within the team.
Miki is one of our most experienced senior programmers. He has been working on games since the late 90s, and he started his career as an artist. Dancing is in a special place in his heart, and in his free time, he likes to play video games.
Laszlo has been in game development for over twenty years now. His knowledge and experience are one of the most extensive within Sponge Hammer, ranging from physics and game engine programming to back-end development. Laszlo spends his free time with his family or tinkering with hardware.
Recently I have seen videos and articles with tips about “getting the job”. I thought I’d share my perspective about it as a decision-maker in the hiring process and a technical person handling interviews. Also, I explain how we conduct interviews.