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Ann is founder of HTML5DevConf, Bay Area Game and App Developers, and a long time mobileweb game developer. Ann is a game developer who joined the game industry with Macromedia Shockwave.com where she worked on some of the worlds first hit browser based casual web games and original work web showcases for such artists as Tim Burton and Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park. She and partner Liran Nuna eventually formed their own game development company. Together they worked on social and mobile games for the local school system and companies such as Crafted Fun, Quizmonster. After having prototyped the hit game “It Girl” which morphed later into “Top Girl” on mobile for Crowdstar, Ann’s partner stayed on at YouWeb and their small dev company concluded with a reasonably happy ending. Ann founded the HTML5 Developers Conference, Bay Area Game and App Developers Group, Games.js, and the SF Mobile Dev Group. Ann is always interested in the next platforms and the next games and the art of fun.
Andrew makes dreams come true...
She likes entrepreneurlist octopus zombies and swimming in lakes with pond scum. When she's not doing that, she's working on PR, game design, and programming in PhoneGap to make the next application to destroy the world.
Robert Yelsky is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and is a versatile editor, motion graphics designer, and compositor. Clients include Laurel Fertility Care, and LessThan6Percent.
Robert earned a BS in the Digital Filmmaking and Video Production program at the Art Institute of California – San Francisco, in December 2012.
Robert is currently the Video Editor for The HTML5 Developer Conference.
OnAndroidConf is a developer oriented conference. We welcome sessions and teaching on best practices to all approaches to Android development whether Java or HTML5, or C/C++ based. Sessions on design or cloud best practices and other practical tips for Android developers are also welcome. On Android is brought to you courtesy of the HTML5DevConf organizers.
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