On July 9th, Dropbox kicks off its first developer’s conference. Tickets are no longer available for the invite-only one-day-event, but we have ten tickets to give away.
Dropbox told us that the three focuses of the one-day conference will be learning about newly launched features on its platform, giving developers a chance to meet and get help from Dropbox API engineers and designers, and highlighting what third parties have built on top of Dropbox so far.
Developer conferences have become all the rage with companies in the enterprise — a distinction Dropbox is chasing. Many think of it more as a consumer-facing cloud storage service with its magic folder where you can put files to make them accessible from anywhere. But Dropbox has spent the last year touting itself as a serious, secure backend for big operations.
Learn more about the conference here and follow @dbx2013 for the latest news and livetweeting at the event.
The conference was originally invite-only but registration is now closed to the public. The only way to get in now is to win one of these.
Here’s how to win.
1) “Like” our TechCrunch Facebook Page:
2) Then do one of the following:
- Retweet this post (including the #TechCrunch hashtag)
- Or leave us a comment below telling us what you would build for Dropbox.