Over the last year and a half we've seen many inspiring stories of friendship, exploration and adventure from the Ingress community including epic feats like flying into an Alaskan storm on a bush plane, scaling mountains, and coordinating operations across international borders, demonstrating solidarity and friendship, all through something that’s become more than ‘just a game’ for many of us. At Niantic Labs, we’re constantly amazed by these acts that demonstrate the power of community.
Today, we’re welcoming a new group of Agents into the community with the launch of Ingress for the iPhone & iPad: http://goo.gl/4bX9D5. Ingress is now a true cross-platform mobile experience, with Agents across the world playing together in the same shared, global game.
For everyone who has been playing Ingress on Android, we hope this finally gives you a reason to reconnect with your iPhone friends :-) Don’t forget to send them a link to Ingress Obsessed 3 - Epic Operation Megalodon!
This is a huge step forward for the Ingress community. We can't wait to see what kinds of new adventures and friendships you create. Don’t forget to share!
Ingress - It's time to Recruit
Download it here: http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/files/ECMA-ST/ECMA-408.pdf
ECMA formally approved the Dart language specification just a few days ago.
We just had the third meeting of ECMA TC52, the Dart standards committee.
We discussed enums, deferred loading, async, and minor bug fixes to the existing spec.
We decided not to vote on deferred loading, even though that is pretty much done, and rather deal with all proposed changes to the freshly minted spec later in the year. Our next meeting is in Switzerland on September 16th. The goal is to formally incorporate enums and deferred loading, and at least a subset of the async proposal, in the next rev of the spec, which we hope to get done by the end of 2014.
Bear in mind that deferred loading is shipping; the existing spec allows experimentation on that.
Wrt to enums, I will publish a revised draft proposal soon. Differences vs. the last draft are very minor.
As for async - we are working on an article to explain our plans. Since that is taking a bit longer, I want to explain where we are in a separate mail later today.
- AppceleratorApplication Developer, 2012 - present
- FunambolSoftware Developer, 2011 - 2012
- FunambolOperations Engineer, 2009 - 2011
- FunambolSystem Administrator, 2007 - 2009
I work as Application Developer for Appcelerator, the leading mobile platform company that created Titanium™, a platform that lets you develop native, hybrid and mobile web applications from a single codebase.
Before that, I have been working as Software Developer and Operations Engineer for Funambol, a mobile open source company with headquarters in Foster City, California, and development in Pavia, Italy.
I have a passion for travelling and my very favorite destination abroad is Georgia - no, not the one with Atlanta! I fell in love with the place and went back there several times: it's a place that stays in your heart. During my trips I love taking photos - I've a reflex which I can't yet use properly, although I really like some of my pictures.
I also like going around with my bike, hanging out and playing board games with my friends, get the last tech devices that come out and, last but not least, reading books. And if you are wondering why Gentleman and Scholar, that's only because a few people told me those exact words during my customer support work experience.
ActivitiesOn June 2012 I got completed the classes and obtained the Titanium Certified Application Developer (TCAD) and the Titanium Certified Mobile Developer (TCMD) certifications.
On March 2011 I partecipated, together with my friend Marco, to the Codefest Virtual Combat, a contest organized by the Department of Computer Engineering of Banaras Hindu University, India. The competition was a java AI programming contest based on Robocode; our team Fideeteam got the third place.
On January 2002 I got the first place at the Italy's Regional Selections for the 14th International Olympiad in Informatics, which allowed me to partecipate to the National Selections. The IOI is an international programming competition for high school students.
You can see my past, current and hereafter pictures on Flickr: http://flickr.com/photos/davidecassenti
Here you can find the map with the cities I've seen: there's still a lot to see! http://vaime.org/cities
- Università degli Studi di PaviaSoftware Engineering, 2003
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