This month Mozilla Labs put on their first Game On 10 event in the UK, celebrating the beauty of games that are created, delivered, and played on the open Web. Well over 150 geeks rolled up to the venue in London to watch a variety of talks and mingle with like-minded people.
I was fortunate enough to be asked along to speak about Rawkets and some of the issues I've discovered while developing a game using open Web technologies. Now I'll keep things short and sweet, but apart from absolutely crapping myself in front of a massive crowd of people, I kind of enjoyed it! Luckily for you the whole event was filmed so I've embedded the video of my talk for you to watch below — it's not that long. You can also check out the slides in high quality, which I've embedded below the video. I'd love to hear what you think in the comments or on Twitter.
All in all I had a fantastic time and would like to congratulate Desigan Chinniah from Mozilla Labs, and both Adrian Hon, and Matt Wieteska from Six to Start for putting on a such a great event. I hope there are more to come!
Check out the round up of the event and videos of the other talks on the official Game On 10 blog post.