Dom Sagolla: How to Build a Twitter @ Appsterdam SF. July 18th @ 6 PM. RSVP !

Very excited to announce our first event How to Build a Twitter.

Dom Sagolla @ Appsterdam SF. July 18th 2012. 6PM

Join Dom Sagolla, co-creator of Twitter and co-founder of iOSDevCamp and Hackathon Inc. as he describes a path towards creating The Next Big Thing of your own.

Dom’s iOSDevCamp was built on a proven model of cooperative building and collaborative education, following the BarCamp, MacHack, and SuperHappyDevHouse traditions.

As a community they have created hits like: Square – Chaotic Moon – FoodSpotting – Get Around – TestFlight – Small Society – Tapulous – Twittelator, etcetera.

Did you know that Twitter itself is the product of a “hackathon”?

Come and join us to find out How to Build a Twitter !

Bio: Dom was co creator of twitter, he is founder of iOS Dev Camp, he worked on the Obama’08 App, he is author of “140 characters. A style guide for the short form”, etc. Full profile @ dom.net

Location: This event will be hosted at StackMob offices located in San Francisco SOMA district at  541 8th St, San Francisco, CA

Sponsor: In addition to providing the space for this event StackMob has offered to sponsor this event providing refreshments for our guests.

Schedule for July 18th:

  • 6:00 – 6:45 Networking
  • 6:45 – 7:00 Appsterdam SF Introduction
  • 7:00 – 8:00 Dom’s Presentation, Q&A
  • 8:00 – 9:00 Networking & Wrap up.

Registration: If you’re planning to attend please RSVP on Appsterdam SF meetup group.

For more information: Please contact Jana Boruta or Martin Rosas. Also follow us on twitter @AppsterdamSF.

We hope to see you there !

Appsterdam SF

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