Twitter Flight 2015 Developer Conference Announced

Twitter announced today that the Twitter developer conference (Flight) would be taking place this year (October) in San Francisco.

The Twitter Flight 2015 developer conference will be held on October 21st, 2015 at the Bill Graham Civic Center. Twitter is expecting around 1,000 app developers to attend the conference and the company will be providing these user with new tools and software which in return will hopefully allow them to better develop around Twitter to entice more users to join the 300 million active users the company now has.

Some of the technical sessions that will be hosted include;

  • Deep-dive sessions on Fabric and Gnip: We’ll provide both a deep technical understanding of the Twitter platform, as well as best practices for getting the most out of our offerings.
  • High-level sessions for Fabric and Gnip: Similar to last year, we’ll provide content for those who are looking for an overview of how Twitter’s platform works.
  • Technical “lightning talks”: We’ll have our engineers front and center in short sessions where you can learn about topics like how we build Twitter or how to use the Twitter platform most effectively.
  • Behind-the-scenes talks: Join engineers for both Twitter’s apps and back-end service as they take you on a tour of our own development processes and tools.

“The Twitter platform has grown considerably in the past year. Just today, we announced Answers Events, empowering you to track specific actions and events in your apps so that you can get insight into user behavior in real-time. Earlier this year, we open sourced Digits and TwitterKit, gave you more flexibility by splitting Digits out as its own Kit, shipped Crashlytics 3.0 and much more.” their blog post stated today.

More Twitter Flight 2015 Info:
Where? San Francisco, CA at Bill Graham Civic Center
When? October 21st, 2015

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