July 12, 2016
Jump Starting Your Demand Generation
What is demand gen marketing? Iron.io’s VP of Marketing Kris Bondi explains how early stage companies can kickstart their demand generatio...
Check out articles from speakers at Gluecon, DrupalCon and GOTO Chicago in this week’s Dev Tools Digest. Stripe has updates for mobile developers, and a new Meteor app hackathon helps kids find medical care.
DrupalCon New Orleans presenter Luke Preobasco gives a breakdown of developer security and focuses on some key security concepts for Drupal and beyond, including the importance of encryption and having secure API keys. You can read more and watch a video of the talk on the Pantheon blog.
The GOTO Conference brought developers together in Chicago on May 24 and 25. Presenters included Travis Reeder, CTO and co-founder of Iron.io, who discussed his company’s decision to base their infrastructure on Go instead of, say, Ruby. Visit the Iron.io blog to read more about why Iron.io started using Go and stuck with it.
Poetic Systems collaborated with The Hacker Society to host a 50 developer hackathon. It’s mission: to build a Meteor mobile app that tracks and locates a mobile pediatric care unit for the Ronald McDonald House. You can read about the event and the app deployment here.
The first WelpConf took place at the Heavybit Clubhouse earlier this month with guest speaker Andy Smith of Wercker and a panel moderated by BigPanda‘s Dan Turchin featuring Opsee’s Andy Smith and Greg Poirer. Videos and transcripts of the event can be found here.
Cecilia Stallsmith, Head of Product Marketing at Slack, gives examples of successful platform models and strategies for better developer adoption in her Speaker Series presentation, “Platform Marketing: So You Want to Be an Ecosystem?”
Particle is hiring for a Distribution Account Manager to coordinate its key accounts and distributors. The company is also seeking a Senior Full-Stack Software Developer to build tools for its IoT product building platform.
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