Here’s what to expect.
“Flight is a gathering built by developers, for developers,” says Twitter. “You’ll feel right at home if you live, breathe and occasionally dream in Java, Objective-C, or Swift. Following the morning keynote, you’ll dive into a series of technical sessions and cap off the day with a great happy hour where you can meet and mingle with Twitter’s engineering team.”
Doors open at 9am and Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will kick off proceedings at 10am with his keynote. Technical sessions take place from 11am through 5pm – two of which are labelled “secret” – and will include how to build better apps with Crashlytics, how to drive app downloads and growth through Twitter and more.