Twitter Flight, Twitter’s one day mobile developer conference, will be held this week on Wednesday, October 22 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will kick off the day with a keynote which will include the release of new services for mobile developers. Following the keynote, Twitter will have five technical sessions, each of which will detail the company’s products developers and Twitter’s approach to building them. The day will close out with a developer happy hour.
The technical sessions will cover:
Session 1: TBA - New features announced during the keynote will be covered by Twitter engineers.
Session 2: TBA - New features announced during the keynote will be covered by Twitter engineers.
Session 3 - Build better apps with Crashlytics
Session 4 - Drive app downloads & growth
Session 5 - Monetize apps with MoPub
Beginning at lunch and lasting throughout the afternoon, developers can visit Twitter Product Pods to meet with Twitter engineers. There also will be short talks at the Lightning Theater about Twitter data, the company’s open source initiatives, and scalability tips from Twitter engineers.
The day will close out with a happy hour offering additional chances to talk with the Twitter team and other mobile developers over food, drinks, games and music.Read more: https://www.twitterflight.com/index.cfm?#secondPag...
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