As a part of offline ID-Objective-C activities and continuation of ID-Objective-Conference 2012 on last February, a meetup was held in Bandung. Held in DyCode office (DyPlex), unfortunately that rare event was only attended by 5 participants. I don’t know that’s because the event was on Saturday (when people might be preparing Saturday night or some may have class as they’re still students), or the iOS platform is still not really interesting for most developers. Or may be nowadays developers are too lazy to learn the most scarce knowledge in Indonesia, knowledge of iOS development. I don’t know. Although there’re many claimed that they’re dying to know about iOS development, yet only 5 persons came
It’s a late posting of my speaking on Microsoft TechDays: Get Ready for Windows Azure Platform Today!, Feb 13, 2012. My college – Arif – and I talked about how to develop and deploy Node.js-based services on Azure, and consume the services from iOS and Windows Phone.
Here’s the slide:
The participants were mostly from ISVs in Jakarta and reached about 50 persons. They’re quite amaze about the possibility of deploying (Google-powered) open source product, Node.js, to Microsoft-powered Azure