Ashley Smith

f8 2014 Schedule Now Available

The schedule for f8 is now available! Mark Zuckerberg will kick it off with a keynote in the morning and then we'll have more than 20 technical sessions in the afternoon. We'll also be live streaming all the keynotes and tracks from f8. If you can't join us in person, be sure and tune in...

Announcing f8 on April 30th, 2014

It's an exciting day for the Parse team as our CEO, Ilya Sukhar, just announced at SXSW that Facebook will be hosting an f8 this year. We're excited to be a big part of this event, and to invite you, the members of our community, to join us on April 30th, 2014 in San Francisco....

Mobile Dev Day Videos and Hackathon Winners

Thank you to the over 350 attendees to Mobile Developer Day, Presented by Parse + Facebook, for joining us last week at Facebook Headquarters for the event! We wish everyone could have joined us for the educational day, but since that wasn't possible, we're happy to announce that the videos are now available below and...

Parse October Events

It's another busy month for the Parse team! In addition to kicking off regular Parse meetups in both the Bay Area and New York City, we're attending events all around the world in October. We'll have folks from the Parse and Facebook teams at the following: Bay Area Parse Developer Meetup - October 1, 2013...

The Twilio Cloud Module Just Got Even Better

We're excited to announce that the Twilio Cloud Module has been updated to include Twilio voice and Twilio client functionality. The updated module makes it even easier to integrate both Twilio SMS and voice into your web and mobile apps built on Parse. Twilio's simple REST API delivers a flexible, scalable and reliable way to...

Parse Meetups Coming to NYC!

The Parse platform is growing rapidly, with developers not just all over the US, but all around the world. Today we're excited to announce that we're expanding our Parse offerings to the East coast and will be holding regular community meetups in New York City beginning in October. We'd love for all of our developers...