FCC to Host April 16 Developer Meet-Up

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The Federal Communications Commission will host a .Gov Developer Meet-Up on April 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the FCC Commission Meeting Room.

The event is designed to expose the developer community to the majority of the .gov and developer resources current in production along with giving developers an opportunity to showcase their work.

“We want to foster the developer community and interaction with FCC and other .govs,” said FCC Geographic Information Officer Michael Byrne. “Collectively we will learn what challenges and opportunities developers in other .govs face. We’ll also learn more about how developers are interacting with .gov resources.”

Each of the 25 federal agencies with developer pages have been invited to give short presentations on their published application programming interfaces or developer resources.

The .Gov Meet-Up will be a series of 7-10 minute talks, in which developers participate by asking questions and interacting with the core producers and the whole .gov/developer community, followed by an open gathering and discussion.

RSVP via email to developer@fcc.gov by April 6. The event will be livestreamed at http://www.fcc.gov/live.

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