A number of 2014 Game Developers Conference sessions are live and free to watch via the GDC Vault.
Those interested are free to browse by session category, such as audio, visual arts, serious games, programming, game narrative and more. GDC 2014 sessions available include a Classic Game Postmortem talk from Eugene Jarvis (Robotron: 2084), along with Peter Molyneux's session "From AAA to Indie: The Rebirth of Design" and Xbox's Phil Spencer's Fireside Chat. Mass Effect developer Manveer Heir's talk on eliminating social injustice from games and the second #1ReasonToBe panel from the Advocacy Track are also available.
While a selection of sessions are marked for GDC members only, a large number of talks and panels are free to view. Presentations from past conferences have also recently been published on the website as part of GDC Vault retro week, such as Will Wright's Dynamics for Designers' presentation from GDC 2003 and the 2005 Independent Games Festival and Game Developers Choice Awards.
Check out our StoryStream for news, interviews and hands-on coverage from GDC 2014, which happened last month in San Francisco and saw more than 24,000 individuals attend. GDC 2015 will take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco March 2-6, 2015.