wwx2013 speech: Nicolas Cannasse "What is Haxe?"
Here is the speech from Nicolas Cannase to open the wwx2013
Nicolas Cannasse - CEO, Haxe Foundation
Nicolas is the CEO of the Haxe Foundation and lives in France. He’s also an independant Game Developer at Shiro Games, and he loves making game and writing compilers. He designed and wrote the Haxe programming language, and the Neko Virtual Machine. He is specialized in programming languages, compilers, VM, Game development (Game design, Flash and website programming) and Open Source software development.
What is Haxe?
Of course you might already know what Haxe is. But it’s actually many different things. A language, a compiler, a set of tools. How do we define Haxe today and how will it evolve in the future? Nicolas will be there to answer these questions and present Haxe Foundation goals.
Here are the other videos of the wwx2013:
- [Talk Nicolas
- [Talk Juraj
- [Talk Cristian
speech: Valérie Alloix aka elimak “Storytelling with data + Haxe/Neko””)
- [Talk Nicolas Barradeau aka
speech: Nicolas Barradeau aka nicoptère “Random graphic doodles””)
- [Talk Danny Wilson & Ruben
- [Talk Joshua
- [Talk Yannick Dominguez & Raphaël
- [Talk Laurence
speech: Laurence Taylor Make it Fly (Haxe, Fp and Arrows)”)
- [Talk Jason
speech: Jason O’Neil “Web Apps in Haxe (an idea whose time has come)””)
- [Talk Laszlo
speech: Laszlo Pandy “Automating cross-platform UI development at Prezi””)
- [Talk Lorant
speech: Lorant Pinter “Conquering uniform cross-platform text rendering””)