Steam Dev Days Videos Are Now Online
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 11 February 2014 at 01:52 PM EST. 6 Comments
As some more Linux gaming news out of Valve besides the SteamOS beta update and their VR API code is the videos from last month's "Steam Dev Days" developer conference are now uploaded to the Internet and publicly accessible.

Steam Dev Days was Valve's first-ever developer conference where the big themes of the event were SteamOS, Linux gaming in general, Steam Machines / Steam Big Picture, VR, and the Steam client itself. Behind closed doors was also talk about Source Engine 2 and other forthcoming advancements.

Those wanting to watch the public videos from Steam Dev Days can now do so using this YouTube playlist or watching the embedded video player below.

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