Join the entire Parse team and some of our partners in San Francisco on September 5, 2013, for the first annual Parse Developer Day, a jam-packed day of developer focused keynotes, talks, customer panels, and a networking happy hour. An always-festive Parse After Party at nearby Press Club, including open bar, will finish out the night for those who wish to attend.
Three tracks in the afternoon will cover all of your needs for developing an app on Parse, including introductory sessions on the entire platform in our Parse 101 track, advanced talks for experienced Parse developers in our Advanced Parse track, and partner talks to help you learn how to integrate the fantastic offerings from our innovative partner SDKs in the Partner track.
When you're not in sessions, chat with the folks from Microsoft, SendGrid, Twilio, Xamarin, and Facebook in our "Be Social" hall. We'll also have the Parse team on hand to give live support and feedback for your apps and to answer any questions you might have about the Parse platform and app development. Don't feel like chatting with anyone? That's okay too! We'll have games, an ice cream bar, and comfortable chairs so you can take a break from the day's action.
We'd also like to invite you to take the opportunity to showcase your Parse-powered app during our happy hour show and tell. Email email@example.com to register for a 5 minute slot to show off your app to conference attendees, partners, and Parse employees. We can't wait to see what awesome things the Parse community has been working on!
100% of the proceeds from all ticket sales will be donated to CodeNow, a nonprofit serving youth in New York City, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. The organization provides free, out-of-school training in computer programming to high schoolers, all of whom qualify for free or reduced-price lunch at school and more than 40% of whom are young women. CodeNow encourages collaboration among their students as they develop programming skills. Learn more about CodeNow at codenow.org.
For more information, and to view the conference schedule, please visit www.parsedeveloperday.com.