Launch your app at 140: The Twitter Conference

by Joseph on May 5, 2009

You’re looking at the old launchpad post – if you’re looking to submit for the LA event, go here!

OK, by now you’ve probably checked out the expanded session grid with our Day 1 Developer Breakout sessions, including this mysterious thing called the Launchpad Session.

The final session in our developer breakout is dedicated to launching your new Twitter app. We’ve allocated five-minute demo sessions for eight lucky developers to get on stage and show off their brand new Twitter apps.

Getting into the demo list is easy: sign up for it. First come first served; I’ll update this post when we run out of space.

[The first spot has already been given to Kyle Mulka, man is he on top of things! – actually, he suggested the session, so he gets in first.]

How to sign up for the demo space

This is first come first served, so don’t wait around. Here’s how you get on the list:

1. Register to attend our conference. If you’ve already done this, go to step 2.
2. Sign up for a demo spot.

That’s it. Go for it.

Oh, and we’re also going to be doing a press release announcing that all eight apps are launching at our conference.

Are there any rules or qualifications?

You bet. But they’re not particularly extensive so far. Here’s the list:

1. You must be launching a new Twitter application, not upgrading an existing one.
2. The application must not already be in wide public beta.

(we do reserve the right to change these in case someone decides to try and play outside the spirit of the law)

Easy, right? Go sign up now!

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