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An Overview to Creating Games with Palm's Plug-in Development Kit (PDK)
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An Overview to Creating Games with Palm's Plug-in Development Kit (PDK)
Speaker: Jeff Bush (Director webOS Graphics & Gaming, Palm)
Date/Time: Friday (March 12, 2010) 3:00pm 4:00pm
Location (room): Room 300, South Hall
Track: Programming
Format: 60-minute Sponsored Session
Experience Level: All

Session Description
Come learn how to take full advantage of the advanced hardware capabilities of Palm's webOS devices--including full OpenGL ES 1.1 and 2.0 support--using the recently announced Plug-in Development Kit (PDK). This technical session will provide an architectural overview of Palm's hardware and software platforms and then provide hands-on details for how the PDK exposes these capabilities.

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This session is geared toward programmers who are familiar with C/C++ programming and are interested in writing and porting games and compiled code for webOS.

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