Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
The organizing team of the Spark.me conference, which will be held on May 26 and 27 in Budva, Montenegro (with a series of specialized workshops scheduled for May 25), announced the name of their new speaker. He is Boyd Multerer, former chief engineer for the Xbox game console who founded the Xbox Live and XNA services.
Working in the Xbox team, in 2000 Malterer launched and for four years managed Xbox Live online platform that connects players and enables the sharing of multimedia content. In 2004, he founded XNA, a set of tools that enabled developers and designers much easier and more efficient game development. XNA has established C# as the basic programming language in the development of games, which will be retained in later system tools such as Monogame, Unity, etc. At the end of his engagement in Microsoft, Malterer led the team that worked on the Xbox One game console, under whose authority were all the key elements, ranging from kernel, through the security system, to applications, interfaces and Kinect.
Since leaving Microsoft in 2014, Malterer works on researching and creating operating systems for Internet of Things. Using the knowledge acquired within the Xbox team, today he is focused on security, as well as increasing efficiency and ease of programming. So far, Malterer has registered about 50 patents, 26 of which have already obtained an official stamp of approval. He has been managing various types of projects, from very small ones, to those with budgets of up to $100 million.
Tickets for the Spark.me 2018 conference can be purchased at the official website of the conference – www.spark.me.