November 20 2014
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Facebook and Parse will be crossing continents and timezones this month at a wide variety of events. We look forward to meeting you there!
FbStart will help you learn the best ways to leverage Facebook + Parse products to build, grow and monetize your mobile apps. These events will bring together Facebook specialists, industry experts, and a great community of startups in multiple cities. If you would like to attend, please fill out the form here to express interest, and we will reach back out.
Julien Lesaicherre, Head of Mobile Platform Partnerships for EMEA at Facebook, will be delivering a keynote focused on helping developers to build apps with the Facebook platform.
Mark Trefgarne, product management director at LiveRail, will discuss the challenges faced by publishers, developers and marketers in mobile as well as future opportunities for the platform.
Julien Codorniou, Director of Platform Partnerships for EMEA at Facebook, will be taking part in a fireside chat with Oriol Juncosa from Nauta Capital on how Facebook is fueling the next generation of startups.
Ali Parr’s morning session will take an in-depth look at Parse's native SDKs for Android. Don’t miss the chance to find out how to build an app that scales to millions of users.
Learn all about the state of the Facebook platform in Ali Parr’s presentation, where you'll also be able to discover how the fastest growing mobile companies are using Facebook to build, grow and monetize their applications.
Facebook representatives Igor Paschenko and Julia Ognieva will be participating in a fireside chat with Vizor Interactive, who will be discussing the story of their success, alongside tips for developers and publishers making games on Facebook and mobile devices.
Are you a gaming developer who wants to reach the Facebook audience? Attend Bob Slinn’s session on cross-platform growth and monetization where he will be discussing how you can use Facebook to build, grow and monetize your gaming apps, alongside updates on current trends.
Join Facebook and Parse for one of the largest student hackathons on the West Coast. Parse engineers Thomas Bouldin and Mattieu Gamache-Asselin will be on hand throughout the weekend to answer questions and help with your hack.
Facebook and Parse will be at HackMIT at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology. Don't miss the API workshop by Christine Yen on Saturday the 4th, and your chance to win the Best Use of Parse prize.
Facebook Games team is heading down south for IndieCade 2014, a festival of independent video games hosted in Culver City. This weekend outdoor fair includes a Night Games walk where as-yet-unreleased video games are showcased. Facebook will be proudly hosting indie Facebook game developers Strange Loop Games and Tumblestone as well as indie Oculus Rift developers Uridis and Ko-op Mode during Night Games.
Parse is going down south for HackTX at the University of Texas-Austin. Our own Fosco Marotto will be giving an API workshop on Saturday the 18th, and our UI engineer Andrew Imm will also be on deck to troubleshoot any road bumps you may come across as you're hacking.