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Briefly: vzaar adds Objective-C, Wozniak to speak at Hult

updated 01:15 pm EDT, Fri May 28, 2010

Wozniak to address Hult Business School

vzaar has announced the addition of a new Objective-C framework to its exisiting API, while Hult International Business School has arranged for Steve Wozniak to give a presentation in September

vzaar has announced the release of a new Objective-C Framework, which allows iPhone, iPad, and Mac OS X developers to quickly add video capabilities to their applications. The company's API, which has recently been used by Budweiser and MTV for online video competitions, also includes Ruby, Java, .NET, and PHP libraries. The new Objective-C library was designed by Daniel Kennet of Kennettnet, who claims that the framework has been created in a way that fits in with standard Cocoa design patterns. According to Stephen McCluskey, CEO of vzaar, "This is an exciting release for us at vzaar and credit to the vzaar development team whose idea it was to build this framework. We have a number of clients already using this library in development and we are eagerly awaiting the release of their applications."

Wozniak to speak on creativity and innovation

On September 27th Steve Wozniak will be addressing the student body of the Hult International Business School in San Francisco. Wozniak, a co-founder of Apple, will be discussing how to foster creativity and innovation in a corporate environment. Since leaving Apple in 1985 Wozniak has been involved with several business and philanthropic ventures, which primarily focus on computer capabilities in schools and stressing hands-on learning. The event has been planned in celebration of the opening of the schools new west coast campus and will be moderated by Dr. Hitendra Patel, Hult's Professor of Innovation and Growth.

by MacNN Staff





  1. Bobfozz

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Professor of Innovation?

    Why would she be at a University instead of in the trenches making it happen? In my experience, most professors of business or anything where they have a job in academic confines have no REAL world experiences the way real innovators struggle to make things happen.

    They tell you stories about what OTHERS have done.

    Still, I would guess it "might" be better than nothing. Often the "dreamers" and "doers" drop out.

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