Parse, which was acquired by Facebook in April to boost Facebook connection with mobile apps, will have a conference for app developers in September. Not much has been said since the acquisition about how Parse will work with Facebook going forward, but this conference (Sept. 5 in San Francisco) should give the public an idea of what Parse can and will do moving forward.
Facebook will be on hand, as well as Microsoft and other major companies. Parse announced the conference in a blog post:
Parse Developer Day will open with talks from Parse co-founders Ilya Sukhar, James Yu, and Kevin Lacker. The morning will also include a Parse customer panel led by Doug Purdy, Product Management Director at Facebook, with the developers of the apps for The Food Network, Sesame Street, and Over. After a boxed lunch, there will be three afternoon tracks for hands-on learning. The first track will focus on the basics of Parse, the second will feature Parse partners like Microsoft, Twilio, SendGrid, and Xamarin, and the third will be a more advanced look at Parse functionality.
Inside Facebook will be at the conference and will provide thorough coverage.
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