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Mobile Apps Development Challenge Lauches

May 23, 2011

This weekend we hosted the launch and Jam Weekend for the NM Mobile Apps Development Challenge. The legendary Albuquerque apps developper Andrew Stone gave a kick-off talk, and teams  formed around 4 challenge areas. On Sunday, preliminary prizes were awarded to two teams,  GO Santa Fe and Santa Fe Backstory. But its not too late to enter the challenge and win prize moneythe challenge ends June 16. Visit Mix Santa Fe for challenge details.

Created by Mix Santa Fe, the NM Tech Council, and the City of Santa Fe. Other sponsors include: Santafe.com, the NM Angels, TVC, America’s Finest News Source, The Onion, The SF Business Incubator, Co-Lab, The Santa Fe Chamber, and AIGA NM.

Steven Kotlers Author Talk Available on Video

May 11, 2011

A Small Furry Prayer: Dog Rescue and the Meaning of Life is Mr. Kotlers newest book, exploring the neurobiology of the co-evolution of man and dog. Steven spoke at the Complex May 11. You can find the video on our Vimeo channel: http://vimeo.com/channels/sfcomplex

(x)tree Installation at Ledoux Street Celebration Dec. 11

Santa Fe Complex has partnered with STEMArts on the (x)tree project, a dynamic visualization of a tree-form generated by individuals sending messages from social networks and mobile devices. A large scale projection of the (X)tree will be part of the Ledoux Street Celebration in Taos on December 11, at 7 pm, at 203 Ledoux St.
The project is a benefit for Tree New Mexico’s “One Million More” tree-planting campaign. Visit treenm.com to participate in the campaign.

To add a branch to the tree, send a Twitter message with the tag #(x)tree, and visit stemarts.com for more information.

Mick Thompson and Tyler White win Alcatel-Lucent iPad App competition

Mick Thompson and Tyler White took first place and $10,000 in an Alcatel-Lucent contest to develop an iPad app using the Alcatel-Lucent location based service API.  The app they made puts your friends (using smart and non-smart phones) on a map using new location-getting techniques and shows the closest Flickr image to their location.  Mick (Collecta) and Tyler (Legend Apps) submitted the app named Peer Peer named for its verb-noun meaning.  For more information about the competition, visit the Alcatel-Lucent website.

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