Upcoming AdWords API v2009 Hack Days in San Francisco & New York

Dec 15, 2009 • 8:22 am | comments (0) by | Filed Under Google Ads (AdWords)

Developers who code for the AdWords API do not want to miss the upcoming AdWords API v2009 Hack Days. There is one in San Francisco on January 7, 2010 and on in New York on January 14, 2010. The event is free and runs most the day, plus you get a free Google lunch. Keep in mind, the event is only for developers.

Eric Koleda from the Google AdWords API Team extended the invite in the AdWords API Forum. Eric said:

Have you been putting off migrating to v2009? Not sure where to start? Been way too busy? Well it's time to jump start your v2009 development with some in-person help from Google. Join us in Mountain View or New York for a full day of non-stop v2009 hacking.

To keep things interesting throughout the day, we'll do some coding demos of the cool things you can do with v2009 that weren't possible in v13, like asynchronous calls, dynamic ad parameters, and more. Non-engineers beware! This is a developer-only event, and there will be no content or activities for attendees who don't plan to write code.

Space is limited, and signups are on a first come, first serve basis. We ask that you limit attendees to two people per company. If you are based in Europe please don't register yet, as a similar EMEA event is in the works and will be announced shortly.

More information and the signup form are available here: http://sites.google.com/site/v2009hackdays/

Event Details include:

Dates: San Francisco - January 7th or New York - January 14th Time: 10am until 5pm Locations: 345 Spear St, San Francisco, CA 94105 or 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011 Topics: Migrating a sample application to v2009, Using AdParameters to bring your text ads to life, Asynchronous Jobs: massive changes made fast and easy, Effective local advertising with Local Ad Extensions, And more!

Sign up over here.

Forum discussion at AdWords API Forum.

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