2020 started off with an event-packed month for our developer relations team. We hosted a total of three "Introduction to REST API" learning sessions—these hands-on sessions included a general introduction to REST APIs and how to use them, as well as a guided tutorial on how to set up Kintone databases and get and post data from and to them.
For these three events, we were honored to join forces with Women Who Code, 42 Silicon Valley, and Le Wagon, in San Francisco, Fremont, and Tokyo, respectively.
San Francisco, CA
Niki presented at this event held at the beautiful Cloudflare office in downtown San Francisco. Women Who Code is a nonprofit organization that strives to empower and help women and minorities in the tech space develop their technical skills.
Nim presented at this event held at the 42 Silicon Valley headquarters in Fremont, California. 42 Silicon Valley is a free software engineering school that brings an innovative approach to learning how to code—students learn from each other instead of from teachers and formal classes.
Niki also presented at this event held at Impact Hub in Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. Le Wagon is an international coding bootcamp with campuses all over the world. Despite being held in Tokyo, this developer event's audience was extremely diverse, with attendees who originally came from all over the world.
All three events were a great success and brought in some great feedback from attendees. We look forward to presenting more developer learning sessions in the future, so keep an eye out for more meetups and coding school events sponsored by Kintone!
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