Nicolas Cannasse The creator of the cross-platform toolkit Haxe
Nicolas Cannasse was co-founder of Motion Twin, one of the leading studios developing Flash-based browser games in France, and co-founded Shiro Games in 2012, where he is now developing Indie Games with the cross-platform toolkit Haxe invented by him.
He is Director of the Haxe Foundation and wrote MTASC, an open source ActionScript2 compiler which is widely used by professional Flash developers around the world. Nicolas designed and implemented the Neko virtual machine, which is used at Motion Twin to power their web games with hundreds of thousands daily users.
Regularly he speaks at tech conferences such as the yearly Haxe WWX in Paris, the FITC in San Francisco, the Flash Gaming Summit, the Head conference, 24C3, OFLA, FOTB, OSCON, Spark Europe and several more.