SEATTLE, Feb. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- FlowPlay, creator of the most powerful immersive gaming platform, today announced the company will host the inaugural U.S. Haxe Summit in partnership with the Haxe Foundation. The three-day event will take place in SeattleMay 3-5, and offers developers a deep dive into Haxe, an open source, cross-platform toolkit that provides access to all mainstream platforms natively. The technology is growing in adoption worldwide and is currently used by thousands of developers across several industries. This conference provides the first official opportunity for Haxe developers to network with other industry professionals in the U.S., and will cater to all audience levels with beginner, intermediate and advanced sessions.
Through a combination of sessions, workshops and panel discussions, attendees will hear how to build games, applications and frameworks across several industries including gaming and entertainment. The lineup of speakers and industry experts will give attendees a sneak peek into new and interesting Haxe projects, deliver hands-on learning experiences and provide introductory sessions to those new to the technology.
"Since releasing Haxe, we have developed a dedicated, open-source community and ecosystem that continues to further the development of the core technology, toolkit and libraries," said Nicolas Cannasse, creator of Haxe. "We are looking forward to promoting the power of Haxe in the United States for the first time, among new and existing connections. This event will help raise awareness and further expand the Haxe community, and engage developers from multiple industries in discussions about how they are leveraging and growing the technology."
Full details about the US Haxe Summit 2018 include:
Date:May 3-5, 2018.
Location: The Hilton Seattle Downtown, 1301 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101.
Tickets: Early bird attendee pass pricing will be available until March 1. All tickets can be purchased on the website.
Call for Speakers: The call for speakers is open until the end of February and proposals can be submitted on the website.
"Our company truly believes in the power of the Haxe codebase, and we recently invested in it directly with a transition of 1.4 million lines of our core platform to the language," said Derrick Morton, CEO of FlowPlay. "As a sponsor and host of the event, we hope to help educate U.S. developers about Haxe's state-of-the-art cross-platform capabilities, expand its open-source community and support the Haxe Foundation and its long-term development."
About FlowPlay FlowPlay is the company behind the most powerful immersive gaming platform for casual and sports wagering games, virtual worlds and social casinos. A developer, operator and publisher, FlowPlay serves both consumers and businesses with engaging online and mobile free-to-play experiences. Partners turn to FlowPlay for its extensive multiplayer infrastructure, industry-leading monetization rates and proven track record helping businesses launch custom-branded online games. FlowPlay's consumer products include ourWorld, one of the most popular teen virtual worlds, and Vegas World, the industry's most engaging multiplayer social casino. Together, they have been played by a loyal community of more than 75 million users around the world. FlowPlay dominates a cross-section of industries including online and mobile games, fantasy sports and casinos – consistently creating opportunities in high-growth and emerging markets. Based in Seattle, FlowPlay was founded in 2006 and is primarily funded by Intel Capital and the creators of Skype. For more information, visit www.FlowPlay.com or contact [email protected].
About The Haxe Foundation The Haxe Foundation was created in 2012 to fund Haxe's long-term development and provide assistance to developers and companies using the toolkit. The organization supports Haxe's entire open source programming ecosystem and core technologies to enable growth of its source code and programming library. Backed by strategic partners, supporters and contributors, the Haxe Foundation organizes events and user groups to bolster the open source community and provide guidance for companies looking to evaluate Haxe as a potential solution. For more information, visit www.haxe.org/foundation/ or reach out to [email protected].