I’ve just finished a fun couple of days in Brighton with my CreativeJS workshop, and a couple of you have asked if I’d like to bring it to Oxford and Sheffield. I love both of those cities, so if you’d like a workshop there, let me know – if there’s enough interest I’ll set them up in November.
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After the dust has settled from a crazy few weeks putting PixelPyros together (more on that soon) I thought it’d be good to mention the conferences I’ll be speaking at over the next few weeks.
Sept 7 2012
I’m really excited to be speaking at dConstruct, and most proud that I’m only the second native Brightonian to be invited there! (The first was Aral Balkan a few years ago). The conference looks at the intersection between culture and technology, and this year’s topic is “Playing with the Future”. Which is a great fit for me considering the playful nature of my work.
I’ll be talking about PixelPyros, PixelPhones, and bringing back the glowsticks for some audience controlled fun. And, at Jeremy’s request, I’ll be talking about the “why” rather than just the “how”.
Sept 19-21 2012
HTML5 is rapidly becoming a viable gaming platform, so it’s nice to see one or two conferences popping up that cover this subject. I’ll be talking about some of the techniques that you can use to make simple games, and hopefully demystify some areas that seem complicated. Expect some live coding of course!
LXJS, Lisbon, Portugal
Sept 28-29 2012
Nov 6-7 2012
CodeKen is a conference all about the joy of coding, and I’m delighted that I’ll be giving the opening keynote presentation. It’ll be the first outing for PixelPhones in a while, and I’ll look at some of the technology behind it. And of course getting it up and running with the audience.
I have 2 other important art commissions and a couple of CreativeJS workshops so it’s going to be a busy month or two!