San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Build scalable technology for a post-PC world
Date and Venue: October 9th 6:30 PM @ One Broadway, 16th Floor Cambridge,MA.
Post-PC devices such as smartphones and tablets are generating enormous volumes & new kinds of data. In addition, the migration of users' content to the cloud is creating a wave of rich applications.
However, building web and mobile applications that address these opportunities is challenging. Some of the key questions that web & mobile application developers face are: How to build applications that scale effectively? How to deal with proliferation of data sources & APIs? etc.
The purpose of this meetup is to discuss these topics and hear from some of leading startups that are addressing them. Join us for an evening of conversation, fun and meeting new people
Event brought to you by: Filepicker.io, Crashlytics, Fetchnotes, SessionM. Space courtesy of Highland Capital Partners
6:30 PM- Doors open
6:30-7:30-Socializing+ Beer+ Pizza
7:30-8:45-Lightening talks +Q&A
--"Multiple Data Sources & Devices-The Emerging Web Architecture for Files" Liyan Chang, CTO, Filepicker.io (https://www.filepicker.io/)
--"CloudBursting Mobile APIs: Designing Commercial Grade Architectures"-Tom Vachon, Head of Systems & Operations, SessionM (http://www.sessionm.com/)
--"Accelerated Product Development through Smart Design of APIs"-Chase Lee, CTO, Fetchnotes (http://www.fetchnotes.com/)
--"Scaling Crashlytics: Designing Distributed API Backends for Post-PC Scale" -Jeff Seibert, CEO, Crashlytics (http://crashlytics.com/)
8:45- After party @ Meadhall/Champions (cashbar)
When & Where
Filepicker.io is a Y Combinator startup that provides a high quality API that easily integrates with file storage
services like Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Alfresco, SkyDrive, Evernote,
Facebook, Instagram, Picasa, Flickr etc. while also providing advanced
functions such as high fidelity conversions and transfer to storage services such as Amazon S3.
Integrating multiple file sharing and social services, handling unreliable
file transfers, inaccurate content conversion and inconsistent hosting
infrastructure is a pain in the ass for developers.We solve this problem for developers.