Its the week after JiveWorld14, and we are still playing catchup from such an amazing event.  =)  This year, we left no stone unturned and brought an army of Jive engineers and subject matter experts and made them available to all conference attendees in the Jive Hacker Lounge and Developer track breakout sessions.  With that in mind, we wanted to take a moment to share some of the great stories and presentations that came out of the developer conference!

 

Developer Hackathons

This year's hackathons were a great success.  With over 60 Jive engineers, developers and partners attending we gave away over 25 of our developer bt.tn's as part of our developer challenges, and many more were kicking the tires on the APIs and building add-ons on the Jive platform.  We were especially pleased by the adoption of tools, such as Nitrous.io and ngrok, which helped enable developer environments from just about any laptop!

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A special shout out to Jesse Kinser who snapped this awesome photo with some of our early-access bt.tn tech in action, which I think speaks volumes ... Jive developer is easy! =)

 

Developer Breakout Sessions

With multiple sessions running at any given time slot, there was no way a single person could take in all the goodness in the JiveWorld14 Developer track.  That's why we recorded them all, and are making these sessions available in the community.  Check out the below table for links to the complete JiveWorld14 Developer track session list w/videos.

 

SessionSpeakers
JiveWorld14 Developer Keynote - Matthew McCullough, GitHub - If Data Then KnowledgeMatthew McCullough
Extending into the Enterprise with Jive Anywhere & Producteev - WEDNESDAY, OCT 22ND 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Austen Rustrum

Ismael Henchi

Jive Platform: Building the Hub WEDNESDAY, OCT 22ND 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Mark Weitzel

Matt Tucker

Jive Core API: The Definitive Guide WEDNESDAY, OCT 22ND 2:15 PM – 3:15 PMCraig McClanahan
Jive Mobile SDK – Deliver Integrated Mobile Experiences with iOS & Android WEDNESDAY, OCT 22ND 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Ben Oberkfell

Mark Schisler

Jive Integrations: Working Better Together WEDNESDAY, OCT 22ND 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM

Sean Horn

James Wright

Using the Jive Platform to Collaborate Across Systems WEDNESDAY, OCT 22ND 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM

Yuval Z

Aron Racho

Social Portals – Extending the Jive User Interface - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 11:15 AM – 12:15 PMKevin Conaway
Experience, Change, and Mobilizing The Platform of Things - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 11:15 AM – 12:15 PMDustin Updyke
Purposeful Places – Integrate Using Tiles, Streams and Templates - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

Todd Runstein

Thomas Jung

From Plugins to Apps to Add-Ons and Beyond - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

Emily Harsh

Praful Desai

John Larson

Brent Perkins

Porting Legacy Applications to Add-Ons and Jive Cloud - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Casey Gum

Brent Babin

Integration with External Storage & Emerging Technology Preview - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Lev Waisberg

Yuval Twig

Jive Data Export Service – Turbo-Charge Your Jive Integration with Analytics - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Dirk McNealy

John Hungerford

The When, Whys and Hows of integrating SharePoint with Jive - THURSDAY, OCT 23RD 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Paul Olenick

Tom Resing

 

Note:  Presentation slides will be made available shortly and referenced from the respective video's description.

 

We encourage community members to continue the conversation and ask questions of both speakers and conference attendees on any of the materials and experiences shared from JiveWorld14.  It was an amazing event, and I am confident that many of the developers who attended would be happy to share their thoughts in the community.

 

For those that attended:  What was your favorite part of JiveWorld14?

For those that couldn't attend:  Which session or topic do you wish you could have learned more about?