1. IDE choice at TiVo

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    Srikanth Ganapavarapu‘s speech at the world wide Haxe conference WWX2015 Srikanth Ganapavarapu is Senior Performance Engineer at TiVo, Inc. Much of his career starting 1996, Srikanth enjoyed leading efforts and being hands-on in solving large scale scalability challenges. Currently at TiVo, Srikanth is excited to be part of the team that...
  2. KHA

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    Robert Konrad’s speech at the world wide Haxe conference WWX2015   Robert Konrad is CTO at KTX Software Development. He does development work for serious games and gaming related research projects. He’s also regurlarly teaching at different universities. He discovered Haxe during new years eve when everybody else was partying...
  3. Jive: the renovation of AsWing

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    Nickolay Grebenshikov’s speech at the world wide Haxe conference WWX2015 Nickolay Grebenshikov is a head of the Abakan development center of Lanit Tercom in Russia. He started working as a programmer in 2000, making web sites using PHP. All his professional career is related to the Internet, especially to the...
  4. TiVo Activity Haxelib

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    Todd Kulick’s speech at the world wide Haxe conference WWX2015 Todd Kulick is Vice President of Technology, Office of the CTO TiVo, Inc. He has professionally developed video and graphics products for twenty years at companies like Silicon Graphics, nVidia and TiVo. During his fifteen years at TiVo, Todd has been...
  5. Isomorphic Haxe: Using Ufront to build apps that work client side or server side

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    Jason O’Neil’s speech at the world wide Haxe conference WWX2015 Jason O’Neil is the co-founder and developer of Today We Learned. He uses Haxe to make web apps for the education market.  After going « full time » with Haxe in 2013, Jason built the Sheridan School Management System for a network...
  6. Haxe for the Web: Getting things done

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    Juraj Kirchheim’s speech at the world wide Haxe conference WWX2015 Juraj Kirchheim is a Freelance Developer. He has been around the Haxe community for a while now. A former flasher, now a devoted Haxer, he likes pushing the language to its limits, to annoy the compiler team to get new...
  7. Prospects for using Go libraries in Haxe

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    Elliott Stoneham’s speech at the Haxe conference WWX2015 Elliott Stoneham is a freelance developer. Elliott first discovered programming in 1974 and has been inhaling deeply ever since. He exhibited at the first Internet World Show in London and wrote the website that sold the first insurance product online in the...
  8. Cross-Platform Game Development with the GameDuell DuellTool

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    GameDuell’s speech at the Haxe conference WWX2015   Sven Otto and Rui Campos are respectively Lead Developer and Engine Developer @GameDuell. Sven Otto admires programming since his youth and occasionally digested books introducing C/C++, Objective-C or 3D Games with DirectX. Several years later he studied computer science in Berlin and released...
  9. You don’t know FlashDevelop – Tips and future

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      Philippe Elsass is Software Engineering Manager at Massive Interactive. He is the founder of FlashDevelop. FlashDevelop is free and open source IDE for development of Adobe Flash websites, web applications, desktop applications and video games. The primary purpose of FlashDevelop is enabling developers to edit, compile, debug and publish a...
  10. 10 years of Haxe / 10 things I like

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    Nicolas Cannasse’s speech at the Haxe conference WWX2015 Nicolas Cannasse is the original creator of the Haxe language and he is now directing Haxe Foundation. He is also the Co-founder of Shiro Games and a Game Developer. Nicolas Cannasse – GitHub Nicolas Cannasse – Twitter Haxe Foundation – GitHub Nicolas...

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