So… What are you doing on July 7?

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Never ones to shy away from app developer events, our Ansca co-founders will be out and about next week, eager to meet and mingle with developers like yourself! 🙂

First up is the Hacker’s Dojo in Mountain View, California on July 7. Specifically, this session of the Dojo is dubbed “Cross Platform development with Corona SDK,” and our very own Walter Luh will be there to talk about just that!

Be sure to sign up with Bay Area Mobile to attend the Dojo by clicking below:

And if you happen to not live near the San Francisco Bay Area, never fear…

Carlos will also be holding court on the opposite side of the country — in Miami, Florida! The event will be hosted by the South Florida Android Developers in downtown Miami, and will focus on the mobile space, as a whole. Carlos will talk about Corona SDK as well, and how (in the organizer’s words) it furthers the mobile space as the new frontier in human/computer interactions.

More details and sign-up info for Carlos in Miami can be found below:

So, which one are you going to? 😉


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This entry has 3 replies

  1. George says:

    I live in the UK, so… Sucks to be me?

  2. J. A. Whye says:

    Haha! I know what you mean, George. Alaska may be in the same country as San Francisco, but it’s a world away from all the cool stuff (other than scenery, moose, and bears, of course).

    Maybe on the 7th those of us in the far-flung parts of the world should have a big online Corona meetup or something.


  3. tareq says:

    would you please inform us the date of this event and how many days ?

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