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New Games, New Plan & HTML5

800 Birds (Startup Community)

Thursday, January 19, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:20 PM (PST)

Palo Alto, CA

New Games, New Plan & HTML5

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 "New Games, New Plan and HTML5 Animation" 

Sounds like a lot going on?  Oh, yeah. You bet!  We’ve got a great keynote speaker Dan Fidan and line-up of game and HMTL5 starups to fire up the 2012 Dragon for you!

 

Date/Time:  Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012, 6:00 - 9:30pm
Place:  Pillsbury Law Firm, 2475 Hanover St., Palo Alto
Want to know who else are coming too? RSVP on Facebook too to see them: 

 

On the deck:
 
:: Dan Fidan, CEO of Wild Needlehttp://wildneedle.com/games.htmlwhich is chaired and co-founded by Rick Thomson who also did Funzio and Playdom). Dan was the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Signia Ventures, Advisor to Talkie, Plumbee and GDC (Game Developers Conference), VP of Publishing at Gazillion Entertainment, General Manager at San Francisco Studio of Playfish,  Managing Producer of Game Development at Electronic Arts,  Game Designer at WMS Gaming, Creative Director at Spiderdance, and Creative Director at Jellyvision. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dan-fiden/

:: Lucas Wang, co-founder and CEO of Mugeda, the world's first full-featured HTML5 animation editor. Its cloud-based solution allows users to create/share/publish HTML5 animations online. The created contents can be used in a wide range of applications including games, ads, comics, mobile and social apps.  https://www.mugeda.com
Lucas is the author of the award-winning web app AniWeather w/ over 7 million downloads. Before becoming an entrepreneur, he worked at Microsoft, Motorola, HP and Dolby. He has over 10 years of experience on video coding, multimedia processing, and Internet software. Lucas held Ph.D. from Columbia University.

:: Taylor Louie, co-founder/COO, Skillville Games, a competitive casual gaming aggregator that provides the tournament platform for players to connect and compete in fun and easy-to-learn casual games for cash and prizes.  A product of the digital age, Taylor only recently graduated from Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University.  Her business background, video gaming upbringing, and independent spirit made for a perfect concoction for a gaming entrepreneur.

Skillville Games's co-founder/CEO, Raymond Williams, is a US Navy veteran and served three tours overseas.  He's now more interested in forging a new path than falling in line.  He is a competitive skill gamer himself.  http://www.skillvillegames.com/
 

Agenda

6:00 - 7:00pm, pizza, networking

7:00 - 7:15 Open + serial legal lessons from legal experts Justin Hovey/Heidi Mayon at Pillsbury

7:15 - 7:50 Keynote by Dan Fidan, Wild Needle

7:50 - 8:30 Lucas Wang (Mugeda) & Taylor Louie (Skillville Games)

8:30 - 9:00 You are the Star! Tell us about yourself.

9:00 - 9:30  More schmoozing

 

This event is generously sponsored by our friends at Pillsbury Law Firm, talk to them if you need help of any legal issues.  They are great people who provide top services and expertise to tech entrepreneurs among other specialties. 
 
Your ERT curator,

/Shirley Lin
Founder, Chief Player, YoXi123 - Games for Fun People
creator of Huggy Hearts app on Facebook

 

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Pillsbury Law Firm
2475 Hanover St.,
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Thursday, January 19, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:20 PM (PST)


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800 Birds (Startup Community)

Birds of a feather flock together.

We are an organically grown startup community with friends from all over the world. Monthly events featuring special guest speakers and demos from early stage startup are held in the heart of Silicon Valley at San Francisco and Palo Alto alternately. 

We love startups and invite you to participate, come speak and make friends beyond just exchange business cards. 

http://www.facebook.com/groups/800Birds/

::: Membership criteria:::

Founder, Entrepreneur, Developers, Self-inflicted-slave-driver? you must play at least 3 out of the four leading title roles above. Honestly, if you are not, you'll get seriously bored by our meetings. 

We have a lot of energy, abundant of passion and enthusiasm and this is a genuinely peer-to-peer sharing and learning community. Don't come in as a salesman just to pitch. If you do, you'll be disliked instantly. 

The philosophy applies as follows. 

We believe that entrepreneurs deserve more than just 30 seconds or 3 min. to tell their story of their ideas and the product out of their love of technologies, sleepless nights and showerless days!

Based in Silicon Valley, we meet every month gathering startup founders/geeks with more focus on social apps, to genuinely share ideas, technical expertise, business experiences, to vent on the platform guys for keep changing their policies, and of course to network. 

Different from other tech events, at our events, each entrepreneur is given spot light, either as speaker to demo or as participant. 

Our live demos are for the real internet products. Our speakers usually talk shop about the technologies of their products and share their entrepreneurial experiences - whether good or bad. 

We welcome entrepreneurs and geeks to join, so long as you are genuinely willing to share your experiences and knowledge too. 

Formerly known as ERT which was originally started by only a handful of some really smarites Facebook application developers including John Fan, Flora Sun, Teck Chia, Waleed Waleed Abdulla, Dave Westwood, SueZanne Toh and frequented by founders such as Aihui Ong, Meng-you Yang, Yong Su Kim, Chris Cinelli, Robert Yau. The group started with only 3 -4 geeks eager to share and exchange technical tips and knowledge in the early days when Facebook first open up its APIs. 

Shirley joined in late 2007 and have been a loyal member since. She started curating the monthly gathering since mid-2008. 

 

Our events have become one of the top 5 Silicon Valley best events, due to its well delivered no-nonsense content, high quality speakers as well as participants that have made the deeper networking and bonding among its thousands of attendees.

800 Birds is a Silicon Valley phenomenon indeed.

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