This year at Sum­mit (2010), we tried out a new set of ses­sions — we held Devel­oper Labs where every attendee got to work on a sta­tion pro­vided to them, writ­ing code and test­ing it so as to walk away hav­ing writ­ten some­thing valu­able to take back home. One focused on how Part­ners inte­grate with our prod­ucts and one focused on how devel­op­ers within our cus­tomers’ orga­ni­za­tions cre­ate cus­tom appli­ca­tions and inte­gra­tions by using our APIs. As it turned out, these Devel­oper Labs were a huge suc­cess! In fact, we had almost twice the num­ber of peo­ple want­ing to attend than we had seats and computers.

So, by pop­u­lar demand, we’ve worked hard to rearrange the lab so that we can do this lab remotely via webi­nar. Sean Gubler, who taught the lab at Sum­mit, from our Engi­neer­ing Ser­vices team will be run­ning this lab again on April 21st start­ing at 1pm Moun­tain Time. You can find full infor­ma­tion on the lab on Engi­neer­ing Ser­vices’ Face­book page here:
http://​www​.face​book​.com/​o​m​n​i​t​u​r​ees
Please RSVP so that we have an accu­rate count of how many peo­ple will be attend­ing as we have to setup devel­op­ment envi­ron­ments for each person.

Thank you for your sup­port and we look for­ward to hear­ing you on the webinar!

2 comments
Dan Reno
Dan Reno

Missed the Summit...can't wait to check this out.

Chris Zakharoff
Chris Zakharoff

I wasn't able to make it to Summit this year and would have loved to have attended DevLabs. =)