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Events and Conferences
Are you searching for a job in tech? Maybe something involving social media management – where you can put all that Twitter expertise to good use?
The Inside Network Job Board is hosting a happy hour on Nov 1st with SmartRecruiters (details below).
And even if you’re not searching for a job right now, it’s always a good to know what’s out there. And the same applies for folks on the other side of the aisle: Recruiters looking for a new candidate pool are welcome as well!
Smart networkers will get in on this event before it fills up!
We told you to get ready to visit Twitter last month – did you listen?
If you did, you’re among the 2,000 folks registered to attend two days of fun in the San Francisco (overcast) sun, starting tonight with an OpenCoSF kickoff reception.
If you didn’t, OpenCoSF registration is now closed. You’ll want to watch this space for updates.
Have you been wanting to visit Twitter’s new headquarters but unable to do so for whatever reason? Well, if you’re in the San Francisco area, you won’t want to miss out on the open house event they’re participating in next month.
Even better? You’ll not only get to visit Twitter’s HQ, but you’ll also get a peek at other tech startups’ digs as well.
Biz Stone and Evan Williams were on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt to talk about their new publishing platform, Medium and, of course, their cleverly named company Obvious Corp (obviously).
And they also talked Twitter for a bit. They discussed their lack of a business model for a good stretch of time, and they also touched on THE topic among Twitter developers: Twitter’s API.
Twitter’s Co-founder and CEO of Square, Jack Dorsey, gave the keynote at today’s TechCrunch Disrupt Conference in San Francisco.
In his keynote speech, which Techcrunch said sounded more like a sermon, Dorsey called on start-ups and developers to join the Technological Revolution. Though he wasn’t quite as dramatic as that.
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