Webinar: The New Age of Browser Based Gaming

When is the webinar?

03/11/2015 at 1:00pm EDT.

What is the webinar about?

Video games have become one of the largest forms of entertainment today. They exist on almost every interactive platform from Computers to TVs to Mobile Phones. This webinar will take a look at developing games for the web browser. We will cover some of the history behind games on the browser, what’s happening today in web based games, and what’s being promised for the near future. We will also examine several leading HTML5 game engines that are on the market now, including Phaser, CreateJS and Unity. This webinar will help give developers direction in building browser based games.
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Meet the Presenters!

Stan Bershadskiy @stan229 is an experienced software developer and speaker with expertise in both front and back-end web development, as well as native desktop and mobile applications. In his free time, Stan likes to DJ and has played at various venues including SenchaCon13. He is also very fond of traveling.

Tim Eagan @timothyeagan Timothy Eagan is an accomplished software developer with over 20 years of experience in creating customized business solutions.  He excels at complex problem solving and disparate systems integration. Currently he is building rich HTML5 applications using the latest advances in front-end technologies.  He can be found in Providence, RI where he organizes and hosts the Providence JavaScript meetup group. Tim enjoys long distance cycling, his longest ride was 70 miles.

Meet the Host!

Heather Ackerman @HeatherAck_ is a proven marketing asset capturing the voice of technology as it lives in today’s market. She codes, designs, and loves connecting with you on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. In the future Heather would love to get into Bee Keeping and Falconry! Her favorite thing in the world is Boba Fett.


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Date: 03/11
Time: 13:00
Type: Webinar

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