Call for Speakers
- Have you built a cool Jive integration?
- Is that integration using the Jive add-on framework?
- Are you willing to share some developer tips/tricks and lessons learned with fellow Jive developers?
- Are you interested in getting a FREE pass to JiveWorld16 Developer Conference (includes all JiveWorld16 amenities)?
If you answered, Yes, to all of these questions then we strongly recommend that you take a moment to share your speaking idea with us.
- Integrations into external systems using the REST API, Apps, Tiles, External Storage and Mobile frameworks. (30-50 minutes worth of content)
- Quick developer hacks using the new Simple Stream Integrations, Custom View Tiles or Custom HTML Tiles capabilities in the Jive platform (15-20 minutes of content)
- Note: It's not too late to try out these new technologies and submit a topic for consideration. Solutions must be functional by February 2016 (production deployment, optional) and POC capable by October 1st.
- Building integrations with the Jive add-on framework in languages where there is currently no SDK or limited tooling, such as: Ruby, PHP, Python, Go, .NET, etc.. (20-40 minutes worth of content)
- Development of Jive solutions using iPaaS platforms like Informatica, Boomi, Mulesoft and others. (20-40 minutes worth of content)
Deadline: Monday, September 14, 2015
See the speaker submission form for more details.
Check out the Developers section on the JiveWorld16 website to learn more about our agenda, including:
- JiveWorld16 Tri-Hackathon new - A new twist on the hackathon experience that is guaranteed to energize your inner hacker
- Jive Developer Keynote - Kicking off JiveWorld16 Developer Conference off with another inspirational keynote! See last years.
- 12+ Jive Developer Sessions - Learn from expert Jive customers, partners and engineers on the latest capabilities in Jive and proven success stories.
- Jive Developer Town Hallnew - Learn from product and engineering leadership about the future of the Jive platform
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