Wrapping up WWX2015
If you didn’t already know about this, Silex Labs organized the World Wide Haxe Conference 2015 aka WWX2015, the international conference on Haxe the free cross-platform language from the 29th May to the 1st of June 2015.
We’d like to thanks once again Mozilla Paris for hosting us so well in his magnificent building, symbol of the free software development!
The WWX2015 brought together about 100 participants from 17 countries for 4 days of conferences and workshops and the famous Silex Labs festive evenings.
More than 1500 people followed the live stream of the conference on air.mozilla.org and on the official website wwx.silexlabs.org. All of these people didn’t just sit there and watch, they also shout to the world their love for Haxe, with nearly 1800 tweets between Saturday and Sunday and a lot of photos. A true great community!
Aside from the official talks and workshops, it was a great opportunity to create interactions between the members of the community by visiting paris, partying in a french bistro and having a croissant with your coffee every morning.
As Mozilla Paris let us use their video equipment, the live stream was a much better quality, compare to the previous year. But if you were unable to see it live, the videos will be posted soon on Silex Labs YouTube channel!
Here are the videos of the WWX2015, watch it share it like it and spread the word!
- Nicolas Cannasse “10 years of Haxe / 10 things I like”
- Philippe Elsass “You don’t know FlashDevelop - tips and future”
- S. Otto and R. Campos “Cross-platform game development with the GameDuell DuellTool”
- Elliott Stoneham “Prospects for using Go libraries in Haxe”
[Juraj Kirchheim “Haxe for the
[Jason O’Neil “Isomorphic
- Todd Kulick “TiVo Activity Haxelib”
- Robert Konrad “KHA”
- Srikanth Ganapavarapu “Ide Choice at Tivo”
- Lars Doucet “Lime/OpenFL for home game consoles”
- Markus Raab ”The MOKICK story”
- [Hugh Sanderson “Hxcpp
- State of the ~union~ enum”](https://www.silexlabs.org/hxcpp-state-of-the-enum-union/)
[Alfred Barberena “Haxe in the
- Daniel Glazman “Quaxe, infinity and beyond”
- Philippe Elsass “Haxe at Massive Interactive”
- Jean-Baptiste Richardet “Haxe evangelism with Silex Labs”
- Nicolas Cannasse “The Tech behind Evoland 2 “
- Andy Li “Continuous Integration for Haxe projects”
- Clément Charmet “A walk-through of Haxe JS Kit”
- If you’d like to compare this year speakers to the previous ones, you can check out those bundles
- WWX2014 videos
You need great moments to have great pictures, and this week-end was awesome, so are the photos! Check out our Flickr album and if you still have some pictures left on your phone that you’d like to share, send them to us!
WWX2015 in figures
Let’s break down this WWX in figures:
- 22 speakers
- 10 speeches and 12 lightning talks
- 1 day of workshops
- 4 workshop animators
- 100 participants from over 17 countries
(Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, Italy, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Spain, United Kingdom, USA)
- ~ 1500 live streamers
- ~ 1800
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— Brendon (@skial) 30 Mai 2015
— Raphaël Harmel (@djcodam) 30 Mai 2015
- 50 litres of coffee
- 20 litres of rosé
- 150 litres of beer
- ~1000 burst of laughter
- 2 kg of bourguignon beef
- 2 kg of french paté
- 50 croques monsieur
- 15 litres of red wine
- 10 litres of white wine
- 100 litres of water
- 200 km of walk in paris
Silex Labs is in charge of organizing this conference for the third consecutive year, with an average of one hundred attendees from all around the world: developers, designers, project managers, integrators, business leaders and students from schools and web media with which Silex Labs is in partnership.
More than 1,000 people follow the live video broadcast each year and the videos from the 3 editions total more than 35,000 views on our YouTube channel. Find the videos from WWX2012 and WWX2013 at the following links
Do you like Haxe, the WWX and the world of open source? Your help is always welcome!
Regarding the success of the crowd funding campaign we are going to do it again in order to fund this haxeptionnal event. We are open to your suggestions to enable us to continue to organize this event, which seems so important to the Haxe community. Next year, we’d like to include all of the good wills sooner so they’ll have a chance to bring new ideas from the beginning.
It would looks like oscars’ speech but we have thousands thanks to do to all the people who took time helping us for the organisation of the WWX2015.
To organize this conference, Silex Labs has united its most motivated Haxe members to form a working
Our thanks goes out to the speakers and all the participants for their motivation and collaboration too!
Of course we’d like to thanks Nicolas Silva our Mozilla’s sponsor who have been of great help all along the weekend.
Special thanks for the communication and visual design to Pol Goasdoué, Nicolas Masson and Emmanuel Waras.
Another one to Bruno Celada, our professional photograph who cover the event for us, © KEP, you can contact him at paraphe [at] paraphe [dot] fr
and Scengrafics for their saturday night animations.
A big thanks also to the Silex Labs’ staff for helping us for the installation, for welcoming people, taking pictures …
- Pauline Bourmeau
- Bruno Celada
- Armen Dabarian
- Dalia Dragan
- Sasha Fydrish
- Pol Goasdoué
- Merlin Grimald
- Christophe Hébert
- Nicolas Masson
- Simon Mazière
- Franck Moutardier
- Sebastien Mugnier
- Christophe Ondrejec
- Flora Richardet
- Jean-Baptiste Richardet
- Chloé Richez
- Sonia Somacha
- Antonin Stephany
Special thanks also to people who couldn’t be there but who are very important for the
Sponsors and partners
Finally we would like to thank our sponsors and partners:
Bayer und Preuss, UFO and Wyzapps.