We’ve been kind of silent lately – since SXSW, we’ve been hiring new team members, planning and building new features, and ramping up for a spring season full of awesomeness.
Now, the wait is over, and we’re looking forward to re-engaging on the blog and in a city near you!
Less Conference, April 29-30 in Atlanta
I will be representing the team at Less Conf, and I’m really excited to see what these guys have in store. It’s a small conference (~225 attendees) and touts some very impressive speakers. Plus, it’s hosted in Atlanta, which will be a totally new crowd to hang out with – can’t wait to see what’s cookin’ in the dirty south!
NCWIT Summit, May 23-25 in NYC
As proud members of the National Center for Women & Information Technology’s Entrepreneurial Alliance, we look forward to the annual summit at NYU this spring. NCWIT is an awesome organization, and it’s growth is promising for everyone involved in technology, software, startups, and beyond.
The API Hackday crew is together again and back in action. Our last event, at the Twilio office in SF, was a great success, and we’re all excited to get 2011 started in Chicago, just after the PHP | TEK event at the end of May. If you’re going to be at the conference, then register today and kick it on Saturday with Apigee, Mashery, SendGrid, SimpleGeo, and Twilio. But if you can’t make it, don’t fret – just stay tuned to learn about other events coming up in the API Hackday series.
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