Our Developer and Platform Relations (DPR) team had an exciting October hosting our annual Flight conference in San Francisco. Now we are back on the road participating in some awesome events in November, so please join us! You can also track all of our November travels here and by following @TwitterDev. Here’s what’s coming up:
Emirates Travel Hackathon, Runway Incubator (San Francisco, CA): Nov. 7-8
Developer Advocate Val Polouchkine will help attendees integrate Digits in innovative travel-centric mobile and web applications. You can join as an individual or as a team of up to five to build apps that improve the travel customer’s experience. We’ll be giving away a fun travel-themed prize to the winning team.
API Experience 2015 (São Paulo, Brazil): Nov. 11
At the very first API exclusive event in Brazil, our developer advocate Luis Cipriani will be on a panel about how to keep an API ecosystem and engage developers and partners on a platform. The event is focused on API strategy, business opportunities and technical challenges when providing APIs to your clients. Please say “hi” to Luis if you see him there.
CodePath Demo Day, Twitter HQ (San Francisco, CA): Nov. 16
Once a quarter, 100+ current CodePath students compete to present to a panel of notable Silicon Valley tech execs for the best Android and iOS apps. Students are primarily senior software engineers and designers from top technology companies. We’re excited to host as well as help judge Demo Day for the first time at Twitter HQ. Stay tuned for more details.
SF Fabric Meetup (San Francisco, CA): Nov. 18
Join us at Twitter HQ for our second Fabric meetup in San Francisco. Bear Douglas will kick off the night with a Flight 2015 recap, followed by Infinium’s Tomislav Car, who will discuss Developing Android apps like Navy Seals. Lien Mamitsuka will also join to talk about building the Periscope experience on Android. We would love to see you and chat over some beers!
API Strategy and Practice Conference (Austin, TX): Nov. 18-20
Ryan Choi will take the stage to discuss the different functions of an organization, and Twitter uses them as “org” APIs for growth/leverage of your platform.
Do you know of an event where the Twitter DPR team should be this year?
If so, please contact Lia McBride with the details. We look forward to hearing from you!
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