You may be aware that Barcelona holds a couple dozen Mobile World Congresses a year. However, you probably ignore that there are other technological meetings in Barcelona that far surpass the MWC by any metric you can think of. The QIDV (Quedadas informales de desarrollo de videojuegos, Meetups about Game Development) are the most prominent example.
For the tenth edition of these gatherings, I decided to give a talk to raise awareness of Casey Muratori's Handmade Hero project. I tried to summarize the highlights of the first five weeks in just fifteen minutes, explaining mainly the architectural decisions that support the live code editing capabilities of his platform layer.
If you couldn't come but understand Spanish, I invite you to take a look at the recording of the session:
Here's just the fun part (the demo) at the end:
And here's the whole thing:
If you don't feel satisfied by my bare bones explanation of the technical details, please resort to this nicely written post about the subject. If that still doesn't do the trick, you can always watch the original Handmade Hero video.