MonkeySpace will be hosted in Chicago this year @ Columbia College Chicago
Student pricing available for $99 register @ http://monkeyspace.org/
There are lots of Monogame talks and lots of related talks that will help you build high-performance mobile apps, games, web sites and server-side services using c# for iOS, Android, OSX, Linux and Windows devices.
MonkeySpace, formerly known as Monospace, is the official cross platform and open-source .NET conference. Want to learn more about developing for the iPhone, Android, Mac, and *nix platforms using .NET technologies? How about developing games or learning more about open-source projects using .NET technologies? MonkeySpace has provided an annual venue to collaborate, share, and socialize around these topics and more
Water Aloft the Alamo
- Kevin j Mackey (Lead)
- Tyler Camp (Fr)
- Bryan Becker
- Mario Ramirez
- Cameron Cooper
Water Aloft the Alamo 2013 24 hour challenge winner
See the rest of the games at http://game.colum.edu/projects/gamechallenge/2013/
Thanks the judges
I found the first half of invisible cities to be very interesting because of the way Calvino explains different aspects of what makes up a city. He does this by describing in great detail these cities and tells little narratives that portray what makes up a city. He talks about many different aspects of a city. Such as: cities and memories, cities and desires, cities and signs, etc.. All of these things he uses to build a city. I really enjoyed that he started off questioning why these cities were here and slowly through his examples he showed you the reason for their existence. I think it is really interesting that even though each city is comprised if the same elements they all have unique personalities. I find this to be true when I look at the differences between cities like Chicago and New York. They are extremely similar as far as what they are comprised of but have very different personalities.