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Wednesday, October 2 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Panel: Building Simple Real-Time APIs that can scale to MM of concurrent connections

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In a world of real-time data, real-time events, and real-time social interactions - it is becoming more and more critical that API's enable a "real-time web". What does a 'real-time web' mean, and what API-based technologies are core to this vision of the web?

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Chris Ismael

Developer Advocate, Mashape
I'm Chris Ismael, Developer Evangelist at Mashape. I create value for developers and API providers by connecting them through Mashape, the API Marketplace. Prior to Mashape, I was a Microsoft Developer Evangelist and Nokia Developer Manager. You can follow me at @craftshape

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Chad Arimura

CEO/co-founder, Iron.io
Chad is CEO/Co-founder of Iron.io. He is a cloud developer and architect at heart and has over 10 years experience leading technology teams in high-growth startups. This combined with sales engineering experience fuels his passion for finding the right product fit and delivering exceptional customer value.  | | Prior to co-founding Iron.io, Chad was a co-founder of AllDorm, a collegiate marketing and media company that produced viral... Read More →
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Stephen Blum

Founder, PubNub
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Bryan Helmig

Co-founder, Zapier
Bryan Helmig is a self-taught hacker, jazz/blues musician and whiskey lover. In 2011 he co-founded Zapier, a startup that helps non-technical people connect hundreds of web applications using APIs.
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James Tamplin

CEO / Co-Founder, Firebase
James is the Co-Founder and CEO of Firebase. He holds a bachelor's and a master's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and is an alumni of Y-Combinator. Firebase is his third startup, it was preceded by one epic failure (Keep Security: biometric security for smartphones) and one exit (SendMeHome: blogs for physical objects).

Wednesday October 2, 2013 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Fort Mason Center 2 Marina Blvd San Francisco, CA 94123

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