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SkillsCast

Libgdx for Cross-platform Game Development

3rd February 2015 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at Libgdx for Cross-platform Game Development

Libgdx is a popular open source Java based cross-platform game development framework. With one codebase, developers can target Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and browsers. The talk will cover Libgdx's architecture, features, examples of commercial applications where it's being used and the excellent community behind it. There will be a small demo of a basic application and some QA to close.

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Libgdx for Cross-platform Game Development

David Saltares Márquez

David Saltares Márquez is a C++ software developer at a top-tier financial data company. He was an Artificial Intelligence programmer at Crytek, UK, for two years, where he developed emergent systems for Homefront: The Revolution. He then moved to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe to work on multimedia applications for PlayStation 4. He is part of the Libgdx core team, works on small indie games in his spare time, loves game jams, and often delivers presentations at universities. F

SkillsCast

Libgdx is a popular open source Java based cross-platform game development framework. With one codebase, developers can target Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and browsers. The talk will cover Libgdx's architecture, features, examples of commercial applications where it's being used and the excellent community behind it. There will be a small demo of a basic application and some QA to close.

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Libgdx for Cross-platform Game Development

David Saltares Márquez

David Saltares Márquez is a C++ software developer at a top-tier financial data company. He was an Artificial Intelligence programmer at Crytek, UK, for two years, where he developed emergent systems for Homefront: The Revolution. He then moved to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe to work on multimedia applications for PlayStation 4. He is part of the Libgdx core team, works on small indie games in his spare time, loves game jams, and often delivers presentations at universities. F