SXSW is right around the corner (the Interactive Festival is from March 8-12), and we’ll be there. Mark your calendars and come by and meet us. If you can’t make it to one of the events below, send us a note.
Native Cross-Platform Development With C++ & JUCE
Developing desktop and mobile versions of an app either requires multiple codebases or reliance on cross-platform frameworks that can make it cumbersome or impossible to reach native code performance or capabilities. We’ll look at how the JUCE framework makes it easy to develop high-performance apps that run natively on Windows, macOS/iOS, Android, and Linux with a single codebase and no compromise on speed or capabilities. JUCE is especially well-suited for domains requiring high performance including video and live processing of audio. Modern design techniques like vector-based UI, FlexBox and CSS Grid simplify the development of responsive interfaces that remain usable at any scale or layout configuration. In this session, we’ll develop a JUCE app that shows all these capabilities.
MAR 9, 2019 | 9:30AM – 11:30AM WESTIN AUSTIN DOWNTOWN CONTINENTAL 2
Coding for Audio & Music Technology Meet Up
Writing code can be lonely. But here’s a chance to get together with others who are interested in writing the software that will power the future of audio and music technology. We won’t just talk about JUCE — though that could be a big topic. We can mingle and get to know other developers and music tech experts to learn about what they’re using to create the next generation of instruments or audio tools.
MAR 12, 2019 | 3:30PM – 4:30PM FAIRMONT SUNFLOWER
The Immigrant Executive: Are You a Threat?
What are the roles, responsibilities, and expectations of immigrants and naturalized citizens who have advanced to executive positions? Are there issues that immigrant executives face that are unique to their backgrounds? Do successful immigrants have an obligation to speak out against policies that threaten other immigrants?
MAR 11, 2019 | 5:00PM – 6:00PM AUSTIN CONVENTION CENTER ROOM 10AB
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