Saturday 12th October, 2013
11:15am to 12:15pm
The vast majority of mobile devices today are running either Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android operating system. Top developers cannot afford to ignore either platform. Increasing, they are choosing Objective-C as their cross-platform language of choice. In the short time span of this talk, we’ll show how to create a physics-based “Angry Birds” style game from scratch using only free, open source Objective-C tools. And if you thought Objective-C was only for Apple devices, you’re wrong -- using Apportable, the game will run equally well on both iOS and Android.
Co-Founder and CEO, Apportable Assistant Research Professor, CMU
Collin Jackson is co-founder of Apportable, a Y Combinator startup that helps iOS developers deploy apps to Android. He is currently on leave as a faculty member in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department of Carnegie Mellon University. Previously, Jackson built cross-platform software for Google and Cooliris, consulted for companies including Betable, Yahoo! and Microsoft, and served as head judge for international Magic: The Gathering pro tournaments. Jackson received a B.S. in Computer Science from Yale and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford.
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