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Join us on Tuesday, February 13th for a live panel discussion featuring 2600Hz COO & Co-Founder Patrick Sullivan, M2S Integrations President Alex Aristides, and Vinix Global Founder Mark Diaz as they touch on: 

-Identifying common challenges that prevent an easy go-to launch 
-Technical and resource limitations and how to make it work 
-Not being a telco expert and figuring out what your customer needs 
-Tips for an easy customer onboarding 
-Outside integrations that can help 

The session will also include time for questions and encourage discussion from the audience. 

Register Here

http://www.m2sintegration.com www.vinixglobal.com 

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This event repeats every 2 weeks on Tuesday forever


This is a weekly call with James, Karl, and 2600Hz engineers to talk all things 2600Hz with developers from around our community.
 
Join us on Townhall:
https://parley.2600hz.com/?autocall=community 
If you don't automatically join, then you can use the dial pad to "Enter an extension" to type in "community" (without the quotes) and press the 'handset' button to dial.
9:30-10:00 Pacific (16:30-17:00 UTC)

 
 

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If you’re not already aware, Kazoo builds upon strong FOSS components like Erlang and RabbitMQ, which is also written in Erlang. Code BEAM SF is the reincarnation of the much loved Erlang and Elixir Factory San Francisco, the biggest and best Erlang conference in North America. It’s back this February with a host of brilliant speakers and trainers to share, learn, inspire.
You can currently get tickets at the lowest early bird rate, until 17 January 2019!
Code BEAM SF offers a OTP, Elixir, Phoenix, and RabbitMQ training courses, as well as a host of talks from leaders and innovators in the community, including:
Jose Valim, author of Elixir, who will be keynoting!
Renee Orser, VP of Engineering at NS1, will also join us as a keynote speaker!
Lukas Larsson, Erlang VM core committer
Miriam Pena, Erlang trailblazer and voted one of the women to watch in tech
Ayanda Dube, RabbitMQ lead
Hannah Howard, programmer and life long iconoclast
Marc Sugiyama, experienced Erlang engineer, consultant, and trainer
Jacqui Manzi will join us to share her experience using OTP: presence to power real-time analytics
Fred Hebert, Erlang and distributed systems enthusiast, author of Learn you some Erlang
… and more!
 
Learn more about the conference, and the 2019 speakers: https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sf-2019/#Speakers
 
What: Code BEAM SF 2019
When: 28 February - 01 March 2019
Where: Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco
 
How to attend:
Attend the conference
Secure an early bird rate ticket to the conference by Thursday 17 January. You can find out more and register here.
 
Diversity ticket
We are pleased to announce that Code BEAM SF 2019 is implementing a diversity scheme. The goal of the programme is to increase diversity of attendees and offer support to those in the tech community who would not otherwise be able to attend the conference. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2019. Recipients will be notified on a rolling basis, no later than 8 February 2019.
 
Student tickets
Code BEAM SF offers a 50% discount to students. To learn more, email info@codesync.global from your academic email address to get a unique discount code.
 
Sponsor
If you want your company to join WhatsApp and support the BEAM community, please do not hesitate to contact us about community support and sponsorship.


 

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