Evernote engineers and designers are traveling to Bogotá, Colombia to connect with the developer & start up community in Colombia. To support local developers, the team from Silicon Valley will be running a master class that covers all aspects of building apps that sync with the Evernote Cloud Platform.
Evernote API Workshop Overview
The Evernote API lets you tap into the functionality offered by the Evernote service and gain access to the millions of users around the world who use it every day. Using the same API that powers all of Evernote’s native apps, you get full access to a user’s Evernote account, allowing you to create new notes and access existing ones.
You’ll learn how your application can store its data in Evernote, how to tap into the information that a user has already stored in Evernote, and why Evernote is great for more than just note taking.
In addition to the API overview, we are encouraging all developers to submit their apps the the Evernote Devcup, our annual developer competition for designers and software developers. Any new or existing app that adds smart “Save to Evernote” features is eligible for tons of prizes and our new Accelerator at http://devcup.evernote.com/
Find out more about Evernote’s API at: http://dev.evernote.com.
Note: Workshop attendees will receive 3 months of Evernote Premium. In addition, any developer that submits their project to the Evernote Devcup competition by June 28th will receive $100 of Amazon Web Service credits!
Main topics covered in the Evernote API Workshop:
- Learn the fundamentals of the Evernote API
- Build a server side web application that connects to Evernote
- Incorporate a “Save to Evernote” feature in Android & iOS mobile app
- Overview of the Evernote Devcup: our annual developer competition
- Walkthrough of the Evernote Accelerator: Our 4 week residency program in San Francisco
- Python & Django
- iOS development
- Android development
Two times available for the workshop:
- 2pm – 5pm
- 5pm – 8pm
To attend the Bogotá, Workshop: Order you ticket here >>
For other upcoming meetups, check out our up to date calendar of events: Devcup Calendar
Meet the team running the Workshop:
Prior to Evernote, Mustafa was a software engineer at Klout and Citrix, working on a variety of projects from audio virtualization to mobile technologies.
Twitter – @mustafasf
Chris Traganos is the head of Dev Relations at Evernote, where he organizes hackathons and API workshops for the developer community. In addition, he is a Senior Web Developer at Evernote, where his focus is on user experience, web standards, and information architecture. Previously, he was a web developer for Harvard University. As part of the digital communications team, Chris managed the University’s main website (harvard.edu) and the Harvard Gazette online.
Chris holds a BS in Management of Information Systems from the University of Massachusetts. He lives with his family in Silicon Valley.
Twitter – @ctraganos
We look forward to meeting Colombian developers & designers in person
and bringing the Devcup to Bogotá!