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KineticJS HTML5 Canvas Framework

KineticJS HTML5 Canvas Framework
Jason Follas Jason Follas is an Architect for Perficient, helping clients located in the greater Detroit region (including Toledo, where he lives and leads the Northwest Ohio .NET User Group). For nearly two decades, he has created interesting solutions based on Microsoft technologies, including an aircraft load planning system used by an air freight company, geospatial web applications, and material blend optimization software. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups across the United States, and helps to organize CodeMash, a conference held every January in Ohio. On the side, Jason enjoys writing apps and games for the Windows Store.

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