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iOS Monthly Meetup - SV

  • May 23, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Demo: your your product at SF's largest iOS Developers & Entrepreneurs community!

Connect: with latest technologies! Are you looking for mobile developer or co-founders? Join this event!


Food & Venue Sponsor: Bitcasa



6PM Networking

6:30 Introduction

6:40 Speakers

7:30 Demos

===Presenter List===

Paul Colton, CEO and co-founder of Pixate, Inc.

Michel Lopez, CEO at e2f translations

Seth A. Vernon, iOS Development and Design

Gabor Szanto, CTO of iMect


Paul Colton, CEO and co-founder of Pixate, Inc.

Paul Colton is the CEO and co-founder of Pixate. Paul was previously the founder of several startups. Paul founded Aptana in 2005, creators of Aptana Studio, an open-source web application IDE with over 7 million downloads. Aptana was acquired by Appcelerator in 2011. In 2003, Paul founded Xamlon to create a cross-platform XAML (aka Siverlight) runtime. Prior to that, Paul founded Live Software in 1995, and created JRun, the first commercial Java servlet and JSP application server. Live Software was acquired by Allaire Corp in 1999, and JRun continued to be sold under the ownership of Allaire, Macromedia and then Adobe.

Product Desc: Pixate

Pixate was founded in May 2012 with the goal of enabling designers and developers to create beautiful, native mobile apps quickly and easily. Pixate's flagship product, the Pixate Engine for iOS, integrates a CSS-based styling engine, graphics rendering system, and a SVG-subset for supporting scalable vector graphics. The CSS-based stylings can be changed at run-time and can be downloaded and updated on-demand. The Pixate Engine for iOS version 1.0 is currently available for purchase or for trial download at Pixate was a Y-Combinator Summer 2012 participant and raised early funding through a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2012. Pixate is based in Palo Alto, CA.


Michel Lopez, CEO at e2f translations

Michel Lopez is the president and founder of e2f translations. He was an ATA-certified freelance translator for several years and founded e2f translations in 2003. Prior to that, he spent over ten years in the software industry throughout the world, mostly in project management and consulting positions. Michel was last employed as Director of Software Development at, a public company then located in Mountain View, California, where he built and managed the development, quality control and production teams. He also taught Computer Science at KFUPM University in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. He earned an M.Sc. in Computer Science from ENSEEIHT in Toulouse, France.

Product Desc: e2f Workspace

Why Localize?

Reaching foreign markets is more important than ever and for every $1.00 invested in localization, the ROI is $27.00!
- Why you should localize your app/product/content
- How you should localize your app/product/content
- How e2f can help you localize with Workspace


Seth A. Vernon, iOS Development and Design

Hello, I am a senior IT consultant who has been in IT for 10 years. Over the past 2 years I have transitioned my focus to iOS development.

My latest project is available on the App Store here:
It is a music application that helps anyone to learn music theory. This was something I wish I had as a student of the Chicago Musical College.
It is something that I feel will help many people to learn music theory and it's fun!

Product Desc:

The Major Circle of Fifths app is a useful reference tool for any musician or student of music theory, from beginners to advanced composers. The buttons from the initial screen represent all of the major scales in the Circle of Fifths. When a button from the circle is pressed the scales are displayed in a simple elegant manor so that they are easy to understand. The accidentals are included in the musical notation as well as the corresponding letters in the scale.
Press the play button to hear a recording of the scale while an animation displays the notes as they are heard. Touch the notes or the letters below the staff to hear the corresponding notes played back individually. Rotate the phone to landscape orientation for larger scale display and easier handling. Swipe from scale to scale while practicing or composing.
Enjoy the music!


Gabor Szanto, CTO of iMect

CTO of iMect and DJ since 20 years. Focusing on ARM processing, smooth, real-time and low latency app development.

Product Desc:

DJ Player is the most professional mobile DJ app with more than 500k downloads and 160k active users. It's custom audio engine outperforms Apple's Core Audio.


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