Ansca Mobile is the creator of Corona SDK, the world's #1 mobile development software. It allows users to produce apps and games in a fraction of the code used with traditional methods such as Objective-C. This “write-once, deploy many” process allows developers to write code once while distributing their apps to Apple's iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone, Android devices such as Motorola and Samsung phones and tablets, the Nook, and even Kindle's Fire tablet. Thus saving tremendous amounts of development and design costs. Corona SDK is more than a software development kit, it's a community of developers who are creating some of the top games and apps in the industry. Led by two former Flash engineers, Ansca Mobile is experiencing substantial growth and sees the Ambassador program as a way to not only reach out to more users, but help developers from all over the world form development communities to support one another. "Nick brings enthusiasm and passion to our Ambassador program and we're very excited about his involvement with the company. He has expressed an interest in helping others to realize their potential," said Carlos Icaza, co-founder. Based on an easy-to-grasp language called .lua developed in Brazil in 1993, Corona SDK allows developers of all ages to develop games and apps in a fraction of the time of apps developed in Objective-C.
Nebelsky adds: "I'm extremely excited about this opportunity from Ansca Mobile. I've been looking for a way to build a group of Corona developers in this area, and helping people is something I love to do anyway. The plan is to schedule monthly meetings for developers and also approach small business owners such as advertising agencies and book publishers that would like a presence on mobile devices. Their first meeting will take place in Phoenix in late April. For more information, visit their web site (intensemedia.com)
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Nebelsky is CEO of Intense Media, LLC a one-year-old start-up that publishes interactive books and games for mobile devices. Nick has been a Certified Apple Developer since August 2009, but it took him a year and a half to release his first app using Objective-C. Since joining with Corona SDK, his company has released four apps in six months. Nebelsky hopes to have an introductory meeting in April or May, until then, please visit his web site at www.intensemedia.com for more information.