Kick off WWDC with Fabric

by Wayne Chang, Co-founder

Will you be at this year’s WWDC? Join the Fabric team next month as we celebrate with the top iOS developers from around the globe.

On the heels of our Google I/O party, we’re celebrating again — this time with the amazing iOS developer community. If you’re familiar with our past Crashlytics parties, you can expect the same amazing experience at this year’s Fabric party, with an updated look. If this is your first time at WWDC, join us as we celebrate the amazing apps being developed by the iOS community. Come hang out with the team that built Fabric and share what you’ve been working on with other developers from around the world.

  • When: June 8, 2015

  • Time: 8:00-11:00 p.m.

  • Where: 1015 Folsom, San Francisco, CA

  • Price: Free

 (act quickly - tickets are limited!)


Crashlytics + Twitter invites you to kick off Google I/O

by Brian Lynn, Sr. Product Marketing Manager

After our big bash last year, we’ve decided to do it again. Join us for a Google I/O party to remember and come hang out with the top Android developers as we celebrate the awesome apps you’re building. We are humbled by your support for Crashlytics for Android and for being a part of the over 1 million apps integrated with Crashlytics. We couldn’t have reached that milestone without you!

And now that Crashlytics is part of Fabric, we’re getting a bigger tent. This is the Fabric party; it’s the same great celebration as last year, just with a new look.

We’re looking forward to hearing about all the cool stuff you’ve been working on. Who’s ready for fun?

Thank you @twitter and @crashlytics for an awesome night!! #io14pic.twitter.com/7Q1UCFvgl5

— Kelly Shuster (@KellyShuster) June 25, 2014

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Those guys know how to party @twitter@crashlytics#crashlytics#io14pic.twitter.com/H0e2nDzOUO

— Raimon Ràfols (@rrafols) June 25, 2014

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Thanks @crashlytics & @twitter for the IO party & gathering the Android dev community in one place. #io2014pic.twitter.com/lYnhAOYeSC

— Danny Roa (@dannyroa) June 25, 2014

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Want to crash our party?

  • When: May 27th, 2015
  • Time: 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
  • Where: 1015 Folsom, San Francisco
  • Cost: On us!

(act quickly -- tickets are limited!)

To get excited for the big night, check out the highlights from last year.

Fabric invites you to kick off Google I/O

By Stephanie Kahan, Sr. Product Marketing Manager 

Heading to Google I/O this year? Kick off the conference by celebrating with top Android developers and the team that built Fabric!

For those of you who attended last year’s Crashlytics party, you’ll feel right at home at this year’s Fabric party -- it’s the same experience, just with a new look. If this is your first time at Google I/O, join us for a night to celebrate the amazing apps being developed by the Android community. We can’t wait to hear about what you’ve been working on!

  • When: May 27th, 2015

  • Time: 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

  • Where: 1015 Folsom, San Francisco, CA

  • Price: Free

(act quickly -- tickets are limited!)

Join Crashlytics at Twitter Flight

by Stephanie Kahan, Sr. Marketing Manager

Today Twitter announced Flight, the company’s first annual conference for mobile developers, and we’re joining in on the fun. Flight will take place on October 22nd in San Francisco. At Flight, you’ll have a chance to learn how Twitter can help you build the best mobile apps. You can learn more about Flight on the Twitter Developers blog.

As a friend of Crashlytics, we want to give you the first chance to apply to attend Flight. So take a peek at the details, apply, and we hope to see you there!

And Now, The Party Photos...

by Wayne Chang, Co-founder

Every year, top mobile developers convene in San Francisco for WWDC and Google I/O, and as always, we want to be part of the fun. That’s why this year we hosted not one, but two parties, for iOS and Android developers.

You can guess from the line around the corner that the place was packed and the crowd was buzzing. It was great to meet and hang out with awesome developers from Apple, Google, Square, Path, Pandora, Pinterest and many more of the top mobile app companies.

Since we can’t travel back in time, here are some great photos to relive the memories.

If you didn’t get the chance to be there, experience the night here.

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