Having rounded off the first half of our #HelloWorld tour in the US in March, our team is now busy preparing for our international tour! We’re also delighted to be in Kenya for the first time supporting Nairobi Tech Week. You can see below where we’ll be throughout April — track our travels through our Lanyrd page, as well as by following @TwitterDev.
Join us on our #HelloWorld tour to learn what’s new and how to make your apps come alive. We’ll be joined by local industry leaders who’ll share more details about the technologies they’re using to build the best apps and businesses.
We’re actively seeking speaking and event collaborations throughout the tour. If you’d like to partner with our team when we’re in your city, reach out via @TwitterDev.
Partner engineer Andrea Falcone will be at Philly ETE to talk about fastlane, developer tools, and developer efficiency. Learn how you can automate the tedious tasks to generate release notes, screenshots, and push your final submission straight to the iTunes Connect or Google Play portal effortlessly from your command line with a powerful open source tool.
We’re proud to offer an awesome set of tools for native mobile developers to use every day in Fabric. But sometimes, the engineers writing these apps can be hard to find. Fabric developer advocate Bear Douglas will talk about what’s different doing DevRel for native mobile platforms, and what we’ve learned in the past few years building out our tool and our community.
We’re excited to participate in the tvOS Hackathon, part of the Apple TV App Challenge, where Bear Douglas will join as a judge to select the best tvOS app. The tvOS Hackathon is the place for you to show off your development chops, all while building the future of TV. The tvOS Hackathon is a 24-hour event, where hackathon finalists will be rewarded with $5,000 each, and all entries are eligible for several additional sponsorship prizes.
Along with our sponsorship of CocoaConf, Hemal Shah, the product manager for Fabric’s mobile developer tools, will talk about how all mobile development teams can save over two hours every week through automation. Please stick around and feel free to ask Hemal questions after the talk.
Customers are rapidly turning to Twitter to resolve their issues with brands and those who respond and engage are reaping the rewards. In this session on April 19, Jeff Lesser who leads marketing for our Twitter customer service initiative, will show you what’s new at Twitter to make customer service easier and better for both businesses and users so you can deliver world-class customer service.
Joe Rice is excited to speak during the Twitter for Business Day on April 19, focusing on the power of social data to inform strategic decisions across an organization. Brett Baker and Fiona Pigott are slotted for the Twitter for Academics Day on April 20. Researchers from all over the world will share best practices; Fiona will discuss how Twitter Data can be used, inform the crowd about how Gnip works and highlight some works that have made an impact on the globe.
Engineer Felix Krause will speak about fastlane, developer tools, and developer efficiency. Learn how you can automate the tedious tasks to generate release notes, screenshots and push your final submission straight to the iTunes Connect or Google Play portal effortlessly from your command line with a powerful open source tool.
Felix Krause will speak about fastlane, developer tools, and developer efficiency. Learn how you can automate the tedious tasks to generate release notes, screenshots, and push your final submission straight to the iTunes Connect or Google Play portal effortlessly from your command line with a powerful open source tool.
We’re excited to be a partner of Moringa School and AngelHack this year to host Nairobi Tech Week — Sub Saharan Africa’s largest tech event! Alongside local sponsors and partners, we aim to bolster the growing tech sector in Nairobi and share the Twitter platform and look forward to connecting with various actors and influencers in the East African tech ecosystem. Various members of our team will be in attendance, including Bear Douglas, Ali Parr, Emily Sheehan, and Kelly Shalk.
Do you know of an event where the Twitter DPR team should be in 2016?
If so, please email us with the details. We look forward to hearing from you!
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