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HTML5 Development - SF

  • Dec 4, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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=== Agenda ===

6PM Networking (Depends on Sponsor)

6:30 Introduction

6:40 Speakers

Jonathan LeBlanc, Architect, Paypal, "building in-application payments with HTML5"

Giacomo Blli, iOS Expert, "Nuts & Bolts of Coin Toss Extreme - a game in HTML5"

Kevin Rohling, Founder, Cisimple, "Continuous Delivery For Mobile"

Kevin William David,co-founder at WalletKit

7:30 Demos

=== Presenter===


Jonathan LeBlanc

Principal Developer Evangelist (North America) at PayPal

Software Engineer with a strong development background in web application development. 14+ years of experience as a web developer with an extensive design background. Numerous years of experience as a technology trainer and evangelist.

 


Giacomo Blli

iOS Entrepreneur & Freelance Developer from BigBalli

Giacomo Balli (aka BigBalli) is an iOS entrepreneur and freelance developer. Originally from Florence, Italy he recently relocated to san Francisco, CA.

The passion for creating apps and coming up with new ways of solving problems allowed him to release over 50 personal projects in the AppStore in addition to all the apps commissioned by companies.

Giacomo also has a deep appreciation for PhoneGap (aka Cordova).

BigBalli currently focuses on developing his own concepts and helping early stage startups get on their feet with an app.

Occasionally he also engages in AppStore and mobile industry consulting for big companies.

Presentation:

Coin Toss Extreme is the first and only coin flip game on the AppStore. It is built using PhoneGap and therefore purely using HTML5 and modern web technologies.

Feature Highlights:

* free initial stash

* possibility to add new cool coins

* beautiful graphics that bring you straight to the gambling scene

* simple screen layout

* rich coin animations when flipping

* amazing use of space, everything you need is there without being jammed

* autobet setting to keep betting the same amount

* share the game with friends within app to receive more stash

* Apple Game Center integration for both highest win and highest stash

* trigger the coin flip with a tap or swipe (flick) of thumb

* buy more chips easily

You can read about it here:

http://giacomoballi.wordpress.com/2012/10/24/coin-toss-extreme-the-first-coin-flip-game-for-iphone/

and grab it here: http://bit.ly/Scxabj

 

Kevin Rohling

founder/ceo @ cisimple

"I'm Kevin Rohling and I'm the founder of cisimple, a Continuous Delivery platform designed specifically for mobile developers.  My background is in engineering and before starting cisimple I worked at several startups in the mobile space, including card.io (acquired by PayPal) and I was the CTO at Breezy.  Before that I was a consultant for several Fortune 100 companies.  While I've delivered products on a number of platforms (web, desktop, cloud, etc.) I'm drawn to the unique challenges and opportunities that mobile presents.  It's this passion combined with my experience optimizing development processes that has led me to focus on building products for mobile engineers."

Presentation:

cisimple makes mobile development more efficient and improves product quality by automating builds, testing and deployment.  Implementing Continuous Delivery processes takes engineers on average 2-3 weeks. Our SaaS solution takes just a few clicks to configure and integrates with valuable testing and deployment services.  cisimple can go from source code to a compiled, signed application installed and ready for testing on devices in just minutes.

website: https://www.cisimple.com

We are currently in private beta. Contact [masked] to request access.

 

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