Social Developers Meetup: Are you a developer building something socially cool?
Ever since the Parnassus Group started putting together Twitter Conferences in March of 2009, they have thought that the next wave of digital innovation is going to be built by ordinary geeks on top of the rich and emerging foundation of social data platforms.
All kinds of cool things are being built by local (Seattle) rock star developers on top of the available social APIs, ranging from Twitter to Foursquare to Facebook and beyond.
In support of that community, we’re hosting the first Social Developer Meetup at thinkspace in Redmond, on June 28th, 2010 from 7:30 to 9:30pm. It’s free to attend – anyone and everyone is welcome to join us.
We’ll have some snacks and some refreshing beverages available, and we’ll have some brief presentations from a couple of people doing very cool things in the space. We’ll put a few more details of the schedule into this post as they become available.
If you’re interested in social data, the development projects going on, either academically or because you want to dive into the APIs, this event will be a great place to meet with the people who are already forging that path. If you’re deep into the trenches, come and share war stories about finicky APIs and debate the moral uses of individual user data!
So, to recap:
* Monday June 28th, 2010, 7:30-9:30
* Refreshments, short presentations, and good conversations
* Register for free on Eventbrite! (Space is limited)