A few weeks ago we wrote about the upcoming Graphing Social Patterns: The Business & Technology of Facebook and Community Next: Platform conferences on building for the Facebook Platform — they’re now coming up soon! I look forward to seeing everyone there in a couple weeks!
But wait, there’s more — the Facebook conference calendar is really heating up. Over the course of the next couple months 3 more events are being held in the Bay Area and Seattle to grok the Facebook Platform. Here’s the scoop:
October 26, San Francisco
SNAP Summit is a one-day, single-track conference that focuses in-depth on the Facebook platform, while looking ahead at new and emerging platforms, such as Yahoo! Mash.
Our conference is designed especially for developers, and is also relevant to entrepreneurs, marketers, visionaries, and anyone interested in the web’s next big revolution.
InsideFacebook readers can save 10% on their registration by entering discount code “insidefacebook“!
October 20, San Francisco
App-Camp 2007 is a Saturday gathering focused on the development of applications within open API environments.
This will be an opportunity to discuss everything from user behavior and best practices to technical solutions. There will also be plenty of food during the day plus an after party with even more food – and entertainment to boot!
The goal of Web Community Forum Seattle 2007 is to discuss and propose some tentative best practices for community building for business, political campaigns, marketing, and other professional efforts using Facebook and the Facebook platform.