What are the hot trends in the gaming sector? What are the most popular types of games? What’s new in monetization, and what is the role of telecom operators in this process? What are the best distribution platforms, and what is the optimal strategy for each?
To answer these questions, today we are sharing the "Enabling Game Development" panel from the ArabNet Beirut 2013 conference.
And as a bonus, we're throwing in a hands-on workshop on Corona Labs, a cross-platform mobile development framework.
Food delivery services, restaurant reservations and food communities have been flourishing on the web. Local players have been extending beyond their borders seeking bigger markets in the region. And despite the rapid growth of key players in these spaces, there are still massive opportunities in MENA.
To highlight the potential of these industries, as well as the challenges and characteristics of each, we are sharing 3 panels from our latest event, ArabNet Beirut, that tackle 3 areas of the online food business: delivery reservation and content.
Not so long ago, Microsoft unleashed its vision for the post PC world with Windows 8: a complete re-imagination of the world's most popular computing platform. The new daunting direction which MS decided to pursue mixes the PC and tablet worlds, and, along with Windows Phone 8, remains critically tied to developers adoption.
Here today we present you with 2 workshops with hands on tutorials for both the Windows 8 and the Windows Phone 8 platforms. These sessions that took place during Design+Code day, part of ArabNet Beirut 2013.
Lightning Talks are becoming a fan favorite segment at ArabNet events, showcasing rich and diverse subjects and experiences, and this year's talks were no exception. In case you were not able to catch them last March, they now available on our YouTube channel. Enjoy!
On January 14, and on the island of Zamalek, the Egyptian and regional entrepreneurial community celebrated the 4th batch of Flat6Labs startups.
Six entrepreneurs from 6 startups presented their ideas seeking a 2nd round of investment.
“We don’t have an older generation of entrepreneurs that today's entrepreneurs can rely on, so we try to nurture an entrepreneurial ecosystem for this generation and the next one as well (…) that will create jobs and startups, strengthen the economy, and increase our GDP,” explained Ahmed El Alfi, Founder & Chairman of Sawari Ventures, the parent company of Flat6Labs.
The startups spanned across various industries including tourism, app development, innovative design, cinema, services, and interactive e-books.