This month we will launch our second round of community-led meetup groups in Los Angeles and Seattle, and we’re thrilled to sponsor AnDevCon!
Track our travels through our Lanyrd page or by following @TwitterDev.
Juliana Chahoud will discuss Fabric for Android and will be available throughout the event for questions!
We’re kicking off the first Twitter LA Community-led meetup in our Santa Monica office this month. Learn about Fabric, Unity, and fastlane in addition to updates in the mobile space from the local app developer community.
We are thrilled to sponsor AnDevCon this year, where Alex Singer and Todd Burner will be on hand to answer your Fabric and Twitter developer questions at booth 203. Please stop by to see them!
Senior Software Engineer at Twitter, Andrew Jorgensen, will discuss real-time data processing with Heron. You’ll learn how Answers leverages the lambda architecture and probabilistic algorithms to handle the torrent of information created by mobile devices with improved reliability, performance, and operability.
The hackathon of hackathons. The most creative and inspiring student developers come together at Bell Works to learn new technologies and build amazing projects in 24 hours. Jon Bulava will be on hand to help developers build with the Twitter Platform.
Developer Advocate, Andy Piper, will speak about how developers can take advantage of tools included in Twitter’s free Fabric SDK to power their growth of their mobile apps.
We’re kicking off the first Twitter Seattle Community-led meetup in our Seattle office this month. Learn about Fabric, Unity, and fastlane in addition to updates in the mobile space from the local app developer community.
We’re kicking off the first Twitter Delhi Community-led meetup at the PayTM office this month. Developer Advocate Aman Alan will provide an overview of Twitter’s Developer tools and APIs, and members of the local developer community will talk about topics such as mobile analytics and user retention.
The Twitter NYC office is delighted to host PWL, a technical reading group for software engineers and computer scientists. It’s a long-running speaker series featuring both contemporary and classic CS research.
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!
Update August 8, 2016: Details for the “Delhi Twitter Developer Community Meetup” have been added.