The Next WebLocation-based game Gbanga launches API to let developers go wild in 'Mixed. To promote the new developer tools, Gbanga is taking part in Hackathon at The Next Web conference in Amsterdam next week. Coders are invited to create quests, side-quests, extensions, mini-games, mashups and mobile clients. You can find full details of Gbanga’s development tools here and information on the TNW Hackathon here.
The Next WebThis playlist is “all about the money”…The Next WebTwo time TNW Award winner 22tracks is the official music partner of The Next Web Conference 2011! They have curated a playlist for us and it is ehm, right on the money.
TNW Conference 2011 will take place in Amsterdam, 27-29 April, hosting some 1200 mobile experts, entrepreneurs, investors, journalists, bloggers and internet executives, for 3 days of inspiration, innovation, networking and fun.
The TNW hackathon will bring worlds leading platforms (API’s and SDK’s) together with an international group of coders (Web and Mobile developers). TNW is inviting a group of 200 Mobile and Web developers, programmers, graphic designers from all over Europe to come to Amsterdam to hack cool applications on top of worlds leading web API’s and mobile platforms. At the end of the weekend, the results will be presented in front of the group and a jury of leading entrepreneurs and investors.
Mark Randall is a serial entrepreneur and leading technology strategist. At TNW2011 Randall will share his extraordinary journey and the powerful lessons learned. Randall also reveals his prediction for the next billion dollar web opportunity (no, it’s not social, mobile, location, e-commerce or gaming). We asked Randall a few questions about these audacious claims
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is searching for 5-7 developers to build an application on AWS at The Next Web Hackathon event on April 27-28.
What would you code in 48 hours if you were selected? Tell us a bit about yourself, your programming background, and list any friends you might want on your team. The Amazon.com CTO, Werner Vogels (@Werner), will help select the lucky developers!
What's in it for you? Great exposure for you and your business, recognition for your skills, and support from the AWS community worldwide
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