This month, on the 22nd, we have a talk from David Roth. Here is his outline of the talk
"This talk will be a survey of the latest AR framework from Apple, RealityKit. We'll cover hardware and OS requirements and take a look at the newest tools.
David Roth has been tinkering with computers for most of his life. He has been a Linux systems administrator for the last 20 years with occasional forays into software development. His degree is in English."
The meeting starts at 7pm and it will be held in the first floor conference room 101 of Thinkspace in downtown Redmond ( http://thinkspace.com/about/location/ ). (http://thinkspace.com/about/location/)The formal meeting starts at 7pm, but the meeting room will be open at 6:45pm. So folks can can optionally choose to come in early for informal conversations and shop talk with other Xcoders.
Thinkspace is a 2-minute walk from the Redmond transit center. So if you’re coming over from downtown Seattle, you can take the bus (ST Express 545) to get here quickly.
Alternately, if you drive, parking is free.
Please send a meetup message to Ram (http://www.meetup.com/xcoders/members/158938212/) if you'd like to speak at a future meeting. You could either do a lightning talk (~10 minutes) or a longer talk for 30-75 minutes.
After the meeting, a subset of attendees (typically 10-20 people) head to a nearby Irish pub/restaurant (JJ Mahoney's)