Open Source at GDC 2012

This week is the Games Developer Conference at the Moscone Center, in San Francisco.  RIM is a sponsor, has a booth at the Expo and has several sessions.

Our Open Source projects are a key part of the sessions. Some of the repos you will encounter at RIM’s sessions at GDC include:

Hope to see you around; I’ll be there tomorrow (Wednesday), and possibly other days. It will be fun to see the Moscone wearing another set of clothes, not JavaOne and not Oracle OpenWorld.

Check more details, including the full list of sessions, in Victoria’s post at DevBlog.

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Sr. Director for Open Source at Research in Motion.
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5 Responses to Open Source at GDC 2012

  1. pelegri says:

    I had a great time at the Conference on Wednesday. I got there early afternoon and could attend only one PlayBook presentation [1] but the attendees seemed to enjoy it and it had a good attendance. The booth had good traffic – better than the one next door (Google’s). And the IGF awards night was a blast [2] – Hall A (Moscone South) was packed and the audience, including me, had a great time.

    [1] http://schedule.gdconf.com/session/13473312
    [2] http://www.igf.com/02finalists.html

  2. Youmi says:

    I’m sad to see no mention of the open-source platformer game used in RIM’s D-Pad app demo. For anyone that’s interested, it can be found at http://www.frogatto.com

    • pelegri says:

      I will try to find the time to do a weekly collection of links to other OSS projects; thanks for the prompt

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