F8: 2,500+ Developers Attend, 170K+ View Live-Streams

More than 2,500 developers attended Facebook’s F8 global developers’ conference in San Francisco last week.

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More than 2,500 developers attended Facebook’s F8 global developers’ conference in San Francisco last week.

Product marketing manager Raghu Nayani also revealed in a developers blog post that more than 170,000 developers accessed the F8 live-stream.

The event boasted more than 40 sessions, and videos of all of them, as well as keynote addresses and panels, are now available here.

Nayani wrote in his blog post:

At the two-day event in San Francisco, more than 2,500 developers came together to learn about building, growing and monetizing applications with Facebook tools. We unveiled dozens of new products, including Messenger Platform, Facebook Analytics for Apps and Parse for the Internet of Things. We updated our community on how Facebook has evolved from a single app into a family of apps and services, and how developers can leverage these products to build great experiences that help people connect and share. We also shared a glimpse into the future with our day-two keynote previewing the next-generation technologies we’re building to connect the world.

Readers: What was your favorite F8 announcement?

Photo by Praneendra Kuver.