Corona Geek #70 – Illustrator, App Developer Laura Tallardy On Creating Mobile Apps

Corona Geek #70 – Illustrator, App Developer Laura Tallardy On Creating Mobile Apps

Corona GeekDuring the last Corona Geek Hangout of 2013, we talk with App Developer / Illustrator Laura Tallardy about what it’s like to be both artist and app developer. Laura has an excellent portfolio of themed children’s apps and several holiday themed apps that she maintains across iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, and Nook. She has an interesting story about how she made the transition from artist to app developer. Laura also shared several excellent work flow tips and her advice to just, “get it shipped” was a powerful part of the conversation.

Join us January 11th, 2014 for the first Dallas Corona SDK Meeting of the year at Reel FX’s Dallas studio. Dr. Brian Burton will be sharing information on how to build business apps using Corona SDK. Come eat pizza, meet app developers, and see where the movie animation magic happens.

Thank you to everyone who watched today’s live Corona Geek Hangout on YouTube.

Also, thank you to everyone who appeared on Corona Geek this year or was part of the weekly hangout panel.

Here are just a few names of people who shared their time and talents with us in 2013. We tried hard to include everyone, so if your name is missing we apologize. Thank you all so very much!

2013 Hangout Guests

2013 Hangout Panel Regulars

  • Brian Burton
  • Ed Maurina
  • Jen Looper
  • Greg Pugh
  • Gerald Bailey
  • Matthew Chapman
  • Sergey Lerg
  • Dean Murphy
  • Theo Rushin, Jr.
  • Richard Harris
  • Jay Jennings
  • David Roulin
  • Ian Masters
  • Mark Eberhardt
  • Rob Englebright
  • Rob Haney
  • Rob Miracle
  • Jesse Warden
  • Colette Levesque
  • Daniel Williams

Again, thank you all so very much. Here’s to a another great year in 2014!!

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Charles McKeever

Charles McKeever is a life long computer geek who enjoys exploring technologies to understand how they work, how they can be smashed together, and how they can be used to fuel entrepreneurial endeavors.

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