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Catch our very own Andrew Imm, resident React expert, on Day 1 of React Rally. His talk will cover when and how to use the new Observe API, and discuss how it stands to change the way we build and organize React components. Andrew will also detail how Parse implemented the first data source designed to interact with this API, and the lessons learned along the way. Finally, he’ll explore some unique use cases for observable data to inspire your own projects.
We’re excited to be hosting a Parse Meetup on Wednesday, June 3rd at WeWork in Bryant Park. Hear from Fosco Marotto, one of our developer advocates, and learn about our recent product launches and sample apps from F8 and beyond. Plus, we’ll have pizza, beer, and wine!
We’re excited for Maker Faire Bay Area 2015 this weekend! The Parse team will be attending all three days. Come say hi at the Parse + Facebook booth! We’ll have Parse for IoT demos, free goodies and the engineering team behind Parse for IoT in attendance. In the meantime take a peek at Parse for IoT which we recently released to help connect hardware with the cloud. See you there!
We’ll be leading two sessions this year at MongoDB World 2015. Don’t miss Storage Engine Wars at Parse with Charity Majors, and Benchmarking, Load Testing, and Preventing Terrible Disasters with Mike Kania. For the full session descriptions, visit here, and be sure to register for the event with our special 15% discount with code “SpeakerFriend”!
F8 kicks off tomorrow, and we have many surprises in store for you. Attend F8 online from wherever you are through our livestream event. There, you can catch the keynotes, five Parse sessions, and exclusive content for our online community.
This spring, Facebook’s F8 conference is coming to San Francisco’s Fort Mason for a jam-packed two days of technical talks and hands-on sessions. We’re excited to be a big part of this event, and to invite you, the members of our community to join us on March 25 and 26, 2015.
The schedule for f8 is now available! Mark Zuckerberg will kick it off with a keynote in the morning and then we’ll have more than 20 technical sessions in the afternoon.
It’s an exciting day for the Parse team as our CEO, Ilya Sukhar, just announced at SXSW that Facebook will be hosting an f8 this year. We’re excited to be a big part of this event, and to invite you, the members of our community, to join us on April 30th, 2014 in San Francisco. Held at the San Francisco Design Concourse, f8 will be a full day of technical talks and hands-on sessions for more than 1,500 mobile and web developers from around the world. There will also be a live stream of the full event for those of you who won’t be able to join in person.
March is going to be a busy month for the Parse team. We’ll be attending and hosting several different events this month, and hope that you can join us at some of the following: