December 5, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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The first half hour to hour, we have an open discussion session. Our final hour is for the presentation.
Tonight, Roman Jaquez will be discussing his efforts to port Dot-net code to iOS. Here's a description:
Roman will be presenting some of the apps he's successfully migrated to IOS from Windows Phone 8; in order to increase your app's market share, he will discuss a few tips on how to accomplish the level of cross-platform compatilibity that makes your applications feel and look virtually the same across platforms, how to handle resources that will be shared among your IOS app and the same app on other platforms (in our case, Windows Phone 8) such as images, sounds, data, etc. and also how to make them talk to one another seamlessly. For this, he will show a multi-player game he's developed for IOS and Windows Phone 8 using a common infrastructure stored in the cloud, which he's making generic so as to be applied to any type of multi-player games and people can tap into this infrastructure for their games as well.