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This month, developer advocates Eric and Fosco cover questions including using AWS with Parse, push notification support, the FbStart program, and much more!
Our developer advocate Fosco takes on your questions – plus, don’t miss our new segments “Cloud Code Corner (or If I Were You…)” and “Did You Know?” for awesome tips, tricks, and secrets of the trade!
This month, we’re joined by two very special guests – the brains behind our iOS and Android SDKs, Nikita Lutsenko and Grantland Chew. Watch as they take on all your SDK-related questions!
Our developer advocates take on your questions covering pricing, feature requests, Cloud Code, push notifications, data storage, and much more!
Our developer advocates take on your questions covering Cloud Code, push notifications, SDK support, what it’s like to work at Parse, and much more!