January 6th, 2010 | Published in Google OpenSocial
MySpace is hosting a developer event at our San Francisco office on January 14th where developers can come and learn about the MySpace Developer Challenge, meet the MySpace developer team, and hack away with us!
This MySpace devJam “hackathon” is a great way to turn the ideas you've been thinking about into something real and live on the site. The objective is to create something interesting, preferably that you can enter in our developer contest by the end of the day. We'll have coding sessions for each contest category and give you an update on our OpenSocial work and new APIs. It's also a chance to get feedback from your peers and help from the MySpace Developer team.
We recently opened up our data by releasing a suite of free-to-use APIs that we hope will inspire the developer community to create innovative applications. To celebrate, we've launched the MySpace Developer Challenge, a competition aimed at encouraging further development from our partners. Now, we’re opening up our San Francisco office on January 14th (1 – 5pm) so developers can get started on their submissions with help from the MySpace developer team.We hope to see you there! For a detailed agenda and to RSVP, go to http://myspacedevjam.
Posted by Amy Walgenbach, MySpace Developer Platform