Dropbox to Host its First Developer Conference: DBX

Eric Carter, May 9th, 2013

DropboxDropbox has announced its first developer conference: DBX. On July 9th, Dropbox will host an invited group of developers and designers to San Francisco to share ideas with developer brethren and learn about what’s coming from Drobox. Although attendees must be invited, tickets are $350 and those interested can request an invitation.

For one day, Dropbox partners and evangelists will gather at Fort Mason to better understand the Dropbox API and what changes and improvements are on the way. Only a couple of months away, Dropbox will continue to post new information surrounding DBX. Follow the updates at @dbx2013.

In less than five years, Dropbox has attracted more than 100 million users who collectively save over 1 billion files to Dropbox every 24 hours. The Dropbox API is continually integrated with new apps and workflows on a daily basis. This is a prime opportunity for developers to see the Dropbox roadmap and could be the start of a new world class developer conference.

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