We’re one of the sponsors of the 360iDev conference in San Jose, CA, which runs from April 11 – 14, 2010. 360iDev is the world’s leading conference dedicated to iPhone development.
We’ll be giving a few workshops where we’ll be demonstrating the latest features of Corona as well as showing off how you can simultaneously author for the iPad and Android. We’ll show the new iPad and Android Simulators and demonstrate how to port games from iPhone to Android in less than 30 seconds.
Workshops: Evan Kirchhoff, Darren Osadchuck, Walter Luh and Carlos Icaza
Sunday, April 11th
8am-11am, Introduction to Corona
12pm – 4pm, Advanced uses of Corona
Tuesday, April 13th
3pm – 4:20pm, Scott Janousek & Evan Kirchhoff – iPhone App Development with Corona SDK
(See the full schedule for more workshops and up-to-date info.)
And not only that–we’re sponsoring Monday night’s party!
During the conference you can follow us on Gowalla. We’ll be checking-in as we find cool things. We hope to meet you there!
Ansca Guest Speaker Bios:
Scott Janousek is the founder and CEO of Hooken Mobile, a Boston-based content, training and consulting company. In addition to being a world-renowned evangelist for the Flash Platform, he is an Adobe Community Expert, a Certified Instructor in Adobe Mobile and Device technologies, a Forum Nokia Champion, and is the co-manager of the Boston Adobe Mobile and Devices User Group. Scott is also he coauthor of the books Foundation Flash Applications for Mobile and Devices and AdvancED Flash on Devices: Mobile Development with Flash Lite and Flash 10. In his spare time, he runs frame27.blogspot.com (a mobile games review site), and is the creator of www.mobiledevjobs.org, the premier site for connecting mobile professionals to jobs worldwide.
Darren Osadchuk is a Flash Platform developer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Darren’s company, Ludicrous Software, began with a focus on Flash Lite games and applications, and has recently begun expanding into other mobile platforms. Darren is also User Group Manager for Flash in the Peg, Winnipeg’s Adobe User Group. Until recently, Darren was a civil servant for the Manitoba government, but is much, much happier now that he’s self-employed. In addition to his Flash and mobile development work, Darren is a Flash instructor at Red River College in Winnipeg.