Calling all Developers…


May 9th (day before Google I/O) – 2 pm – 6 pm, SOMA, SF (two blocks from Google I/O)

Join Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and Yelp and give your company a prime spot in the inbox, where users spend 30%+ per day.  We’re making it easy for developers to build an Open Social gadget that will run in Outlook and Google Apps.  That’s right, build once, deploy twice.

Join the fun, build your gadget and drive more engagement and visibility with your brand.  And Bonus: 10 hacks will be selected to present at the event and judged by our celebrity guests: Michael Arrington, David Lee and Joseph Smarr.  Prizes are TBD, but they’ll be good.  😉

Space is limited.  RSVP here – We’ll send the SDK to registered developers in advance of the event so you can maximize your time at the mini hack.


2pm – 5 pm – mini hack, beer, pizza, jams, good peeps

5 pm – showcase of hacks; judges Michael Arrington, David Lee and Joseph Smarr

More details coming soon to registered developers.

2 Responses to “Calling all Developers…”

  1. 1 Dan April 20, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    I would love to see Xobni place the Social Feeds update in the bottom where the outlook social connector displays the information.

    Sales Force Chatter integration would be outstanding as well.

    Just started using Xobni and have already started telling everyone i know and made the recommendation for it to be a Standard tool for all Sales and Marketing teams.

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