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Twitter developer events: October 2015

By Lia McBride
Monday, 5 October 2015


Our Developer and Platform Relations (DPR) team finished Q3 with a packed September, and we are very excited to announce our event schedule for October, which includes Twitter’s own global developer event, Flight 2015. Track all of our October travels here and by following @TwitterDev. Here’s what’s coming up:


AWS re:Invent (Las Vegas, NV) Oct. 3-6
Val Polouchkine will take the stage to talk about how to integrate Digits with Amazon Cognito and other AWS products. Learn how to follow security best practices to give your app access to the resources it needs to provide a great user experience without hard-coding security credentials.

Little Rock Tech Fest (Little Rock, AR) Oct. 16
Developer Advocate Val Polouchkine will be giving an overview of Fabric, and talking about how it addresses the most common iOS and Android development challenges: stability, analytics, distribution, revenue, and identity.

Flight 2015 (San Francisco, CA) Oct. 21
Join CEO Jack Dorsey, Twitter Executives, and other key leaders at Twitter and see the latest products and solutions from the Fabric, Gnip, and Twitter product teams. Learn what’s new on the platform, hear from industry leaders about how they’re using it to build great businesses, and enjoy some deeply technical sessions delivered by key engineers from Twitter.

SF Fabric Meetup, San Francisco (San Francisco, CA) Oct. 27
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 Tomislav Car from Infinum who will discuss Developing Android apps like Navy Seals. Lien Mamitsuka will also be joining to discuss building the Periscope Experience on Android.

Swift Summit (San Francisco, CA) Oct. 29-30
We are excited to be sponsoring Swift Summit this year! Fabric engineer Javi Soto will be speaking; you can also visit Developer Advocates Bear Douglas and Val Polouchkine at the Twitter booth to ask any questions you have about working with Fabric in Swift (hint: no bridging headers required!).

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.