November is another busy month for our Developer and Platform Relations team. You can follow our travels through the events page as well as via @TwitterDev.
The Summit (Dublin, Ireland): Nov. 4-6, 2014
Developer Advocate Romain Huet will be joining Crashlytics Co-Founder and Twitter’s Head of Developer Experience, Wayne Chang and Adam Bain, Twitter’s President of Global Sales at The Summit. Learn what Twitter is up to at The Summit by following @TwitterSummit, and be sure to attend Wayne’s interview on Wednesday. Romain will also host a Fabric workshop at our #LearningStudio.
Technical Evangelism Meetup (London, UK): Nov. 11, 2014
This month’s Technical Evangelism meetup in London will be hosted at the TwitterUK offices, and dev advocate Andy Piper will be there to talk developer advocacy and share stories with others in the community.
BDigital Apps Congress (Barcelona, Spain): Nov. 11-12, 2014
Romain Huet, Twitter Developer Advocate, will be keynoting this event. Come learn how Twitter Fabric truly is the easiest way to build the best mobile apps. Romain will touch on the 3 kits to help you get started building better, faster, and stronger apps. In addition, BDigital Apps will give attendees the opportunity to participate in an exclusive practical workshop for developers in which Romain will show good practices to create an app and how to successfully and efficiently use Fabric.
This list of events grows throughout the month, so check back on our events page as well as @TwitterDev for the latest DPR team events.
API 360 (London, UK): Nov. 17, 2014
Andy Piper will also be participating on the “Engaging Developers with APIs” panel at this API Summit event in London. Find Andy and ask him all your @TwitterDev questions!
Qlik World Conference and Hackathon (Orlando, FL): Nov. 17-20, 2014
The Twitter Data team will be co-hosting a Hackathon with Qlik and the United Nations at the Qlik World Conference 2014 in Orlando November 17th. Come meet Jim Moffitt and Mark Callahan and talk about the impact of global social data from Twitter. The hackathon will combine unique socio-demographic data sets alongside historical Twitter Data to create powerful new apps that support the U.N.’s mission around the globe. There will be great prizes for the winners, along with the personal satisfaction of from working on applications with the potential to change how we view the world at large.
SFAndevcon (San Francisco, CA): Nov. 18-24, 2014
Meet Hemal Shah and Bear Douglas from our Developer Relations team at the Twitter booth. These two will be talking all things Fabric and demoing our new Cannonball app. Come say hi and bring all of your questions about the newly-announced Fabric SDK.
DroidCon NL (Amsterdam, Netherlands): Nov. 23-25, 2014
Developer Advocate Andy Piper will talk about our recently-announced Fabric SDK at DroidCon in Amsterdam. In particular, he’ll cover some of the techniques that Twitter engineers learned while building the Android SDKs in Fabric that you can use in your own applications and SDKs.
Did we miss a gathering where you think our team should be? If so, please reach out to Katie Penn or Lauren Schutte with the details. We look forward to hearing from you!