|Sent on:||Tuesday, March 26, 2013 2:42 PM|
Quick reminder for tonight's event for two presentations at Stackmob with Nate Altschul from Nickelodeon and Aron Sogor from EA to discuss their experiences and thoughts on the future. Its a good event for those who want to take a break from the parties for intellectual food. Or head over to them later. Since its GDC week, we have some special guests from out of town who were available and Stackmob is the host so enjoy.
RSVPs are almost over, so be sure to nab one while you can: http://gdcstackmob.eventbrite.com/
If you miss it on the Eventbrite, be sure to at least RSVP on the meetup page as well: http://www.meetup.com/SF-Mobile-App-Developers/events/110396562/
541 8th Street
San Francisco, CA
6pm - Networking
6:30pm - 6:55pm Nickelodeon Mobile Games
7pm - 7:30pm EA Mobile Games
7:30pm - 8:30pm Mixer
Nate Altschul, Nickelodeon
Nate Altschul is currently the Director of Game Development at Nісkеlоdеоn, where he is responsible for the development of 100+ games annually across a variety of platforms. A game industry veteran, he has been developing casual games, multiplayer games (MMO), and virtual worlds for over 15 years. His award-winning work spans past clients that include Nike, Leapfrog, MLB, Nеоpets, PBS, Wrigley, and Discovery Channel. And games developed at Nісkеlоdеоn games (such as, PеtPеt Pаrk and Nісktrоpоlіs) won 4 Webby Awards and 2 Parents’ Choice Awards. He currently has 2 patents pending for game-related inventions. A graduate of UC Berkeley, he has lived in New York City since 2004, where he founded the HTML5 Games Group and the Cross-Platform Games Group.
Aron Sogor, Electronic Arts
Aron Sogor is the Senior Engineering Fellow currently managing engineering for The Simpsons Tap Out and other mobile products in Electronic Arts. In the past he was responsible architecting the launch of Pogo on FaceBook, The Sims 3 Community Exchange. Consulted on many EA's online launches like Start Wars Old Republic, and the The Sims Social. In his current role he is a vocal developer advocate in EA's technical strategy on games as a service.