Here someone summarized the first third of our course in one 20ish page post
Some 'you should know about this and be careful' advice for aspiring indie game developers.
Some 'you should do this' advice for aspiring indie game developers.
this is the most successful solo game dev I know of in the last year, a lot of things had to go right, but with a good game, you can make a decent living.
This article from gamedeveloper.com looks at game engine usage and money for games
As Unity makes "adjustments" to its new cost structure, some developers are returning to Unity, some are not.
The US constitution says Intellectual property laws protect the intellectual creations of people for the express purpose of getting more creative work into the public domain. AI creations are not from people so they cannot be covered by copyright.
Unity is changing their terms with the new version. They are now going to charge royalties for every copy sold. Will this be the death knell of Unity?
Every five years or so the Red Cross goes around to game publishers and outlets to raise awareness of War Crimes in an attempt to make them less easy to do in games
Itch.io maintaines a pretty good calender of game jams going on at any one time