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Andrew Davis
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Slow day today, and we've got some really good beers.  Stop by and say hi!

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Mozilla and Epic Announce Unreal Engine for the Web

Mozilla has partnered up with Epic, the makers of Unreal gaming engine behind games such as Mass Effect 3 and Unreal Tournament 3, to bring the Unreal engine to the web.

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I've just released Drawscript - a plugin for Adobe Illustrator that turns vector shapes into the code in realtime for HTML5/JavaScript Canvas http://drawscri.pt/ Supports also ObjC, C++, Processing, AS3, JSON, raw bezier points.
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Wait, Chrome DevTools could do THAT? - this episode provides a whirlwind tour of how to analyze network performance, rendering and layout pipeline, as well as detecting memory leaks in your JavaScript, and using audits and extensions to build faster apps!

Slides @ bit.ly/devtools-tips

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Released 3 new WebGL / three.js goodies on Github:
https://github.com/unconed

When combined, they look like this (only works reliably in Chrome right now).

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Watch our hangout live with Rebecca and Rick here: http://youtu.be/9MZoB9_-SDE   

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Our first Kaltura Community Hangout is tomorrow at 4:00 Eastern.

I'll be going over best practices for embedding Kaltura hosted video in Web Apps.

Bring any questions you may have about the Kaltura platform.
Join us during our first Google Hangout for the Kaltura Community.

During this meeting we'll be talking with Andrew Davis and Michael Dale about best practices for including Kaltura videos in Web Apps, and Thomas Huzij will talk about using Kaltura APIs to build a Paypal pay per view website.
 
The Kaltura Community Office Hours are a great opportunity for developers to meet the core Kaltura team and ask questions about integration best practices that will help you write less code that does more.  We have a loose but formal structure for the beginning of the meetings, but we open it up for general discussion afterwards.  All questions are welcome—if you're having an issue with any part of the Kaltura platform this is an excellent opportunity to tell the developers how we can better serve you.
 
Bring any questions you may have for Office Hours after the presentations.

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