Véronique Brossier is an adjunct professor at New York University and was senior software engineer at MTV Networks for the seven years, where she used various aspects of the Flash platform for game and application development. She is now a consultant, focusing on Objective C and Python.
She has worked on many applications for the world of art and entertainment. To name a few award-winning projects: The New York Visitor Center and the 9/11 Memorial site for Local Projects, the Hall of Biodiversity at the American Museum of National History, 360degrees for Picture Projects, NickLab for R/Greenberg Associates, Lifetime Open House strategy game for POP and Company, and TOURCast for Sportsvision.
She recently released Developing Android Applications with Adobe AIR for O'Reilly, along with some well-received articles for InsideRIA on the Flash Text Engine and Flash to iPhone. She also started a blog called Let Them Eat Code.
Brossier holds a master's degree from New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program as well as the C-PAC certificate from the NYU Computer Science Department. Véronique is a French native living in New York. She loves playing tennis and visits a new country every year.
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