Mobile Game Development Alternatives:
Strategies, implications and cross-platform frameworks review
Almost all game developers go through the painful process of deciding which technologies are best to use and which architecture to adopt when developing a game from scratch. This process would be more flexible if developers within the company had a vast range of development skills. However, often developers know a technology rather well and other technologies to a lesser extent. This is where multi-platform frameworks could come in handy!
On Monday July 1st at 6PM, we have invited Andrew Burgert, GM of Mobile at Globant to talk about these mobile game development alternatives and how you should go about choosing the best technology for you!
6:00pm - 7:00pm ---------------------------- Check-in & Networking
7:00pm - 8:30pm ---------------------------- Andrew Burgert
8:30pm - 9:00pm ---------------------------- Q&A & Closing
Andrew comes to Globant through the acquisition of Nextive, a San Francisco-based mobile software developer he co-founded and led as CEO. Today he is a Business Partner for the Mobile Studio at Globant.
Andrew has experience in finance, consulting and management roles at companies in the US and Latin America. Prior to co-founding Nextive, Andrew structured private/public equity and public debt offerings, M&A transactions and strategic advisory engagements for approximately $20 billion at Wachovia Securities. Before joining Wachovia in San Francisco, California, Andrew was a Financial Analyst at Fidelity Broadband Group, a private equity division of Fidelity Investments focusing on worldwide telecom and software in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to Fidelity, Andrew consulted for Lucent Technologies and IBM Software.
Andrew holds an MBA and M.S. in Information Systems with high honors from Boston University and a B.S. in Business Administration and B.S. in Information Systems from Universidad de Buenos Aires.
When & Where
YetiZen is a strategic keystone in the game industry. We host the largest Bay Area community of game companies through our San Francisco Game Developer's Workshops. 7000 unique developers go through our workshop and mixer events every year. Our workshops boast some of the biggest names in the game space like rockstar VCs such as Tim Chang!
We select the brightest smartest entrepreneurs we meet who are focusing on building large exitable businesses into our YetiZen games accelerator program. The YetiZen games accelerator program is the only start up accelerator program focused on accelerating and funding mobile/social, and emerging platform game companies. Involved with the accelerator program are 150 advisors, 9 VCs, and 300 angels investors.